Elaine joined Ecojustice in 1999 and is a PhD level environmental engineer who applies her expertise to work related to air quality, water pollution, and toxic substances, including pesticides. Elaine leads the Healthy Communities team, where she’s challenging all levels of government to protect every Canadian’s right to a healthy environment — especially the most vulnerable. When Elaine’s not fighting injustices she can be found hanging out around Toronto with her family and friends, cycling, and sailing on the Great Lakes.
Recent blog posts
July 4, 2022
The Senate has proposed sweeping changes to Canada’s law regulating toxics and chemicals; here’s what’s next.
September 1, 2020
Environmental racism in Canada: What is it, what are the impacts, and what can we do about it?
November 12, 2018
The notorious “Monsanto papers” and their role in Canada’s approval of glyphosate
October 25, 2017
Ontario’s environmental commissioner calls on province to take action in Chemical Valley
October 20, 2017
Demanding an investigation into Imperial Oil’s massive flaring in Chemical Valley
November 1, 2016
Ontario Residents in industrialized areas neglected by provincial air pollution laws