Richard Lindgren writes that the Bill unnecessarily removes important accountability and legal process rights to facilitate transit projects in the GTA. Proposed changes to environmental assessment regulations also weaken public accountability.
CELA responded to the Provincial Policy Statement Review. Consultation posted here: ERO #019-0279 Download CELA's response here: PPS-Review019-0279-Response-from-CELA CELA also collaborated on a response from seventeen National, Provincial, and Regional organizations and sixty-three Local organizations Download group response here: PPS-Review019-0279-Response-over-80-groups
Report prepared jointly by ARCH Disability Law Centre and the Canadian Environmental Law Association
Title: Regulatory Oversight Report on the Use of Nuclear Substances in Canada: 2016 CELA Presentation Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1142-UseOfNuclearSubstancesPresentation # of Pages: 17 Date authored: October 12, 2017 Publication number: 1142 Author/s: Morten Siersbaek & Kerrie Blaise Author Organization:…
Title: Emergency preparedness in transportation of radioactive materials Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1064-Emergency-planning-in-the-Nuclear-Age # of Pages: 40 Date authored: February 26, 2016 Publication number: 1064 Author/s: Theresa McClenaghan and Erica Stahl Author Organization: CELA