Fraser is a settler living on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, the Anishinaabeg, the Haudenosaunee, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations. His work focuses on climate change and opposing fossil fuel development.

Fraser leads Ecojustice’s work on the Mathur litigation, a groundbreaking youth-led constitutional challenge to the Ontario government’s climate change targets. Mathur is the first case to be heard on whether government’s contributions to the climate crisis violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Fraser also leads Ecojustice’s work in opposing the mining, transportation and export of coal – one of the dirtiest fossil fuels. This has included stopping a thermal coal export facility in Surrey BC, coordinating Ecojustice’s opposition to coal projects in Alberta and BC, and law reform projects to phase out thermal coal mining, use and export.

He is passionate about infusing the law with environmental justice through litigation and law reform. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he was involved in various environmental and social justice organizations and when he’s not at work he enjoys dancing, competing in triathlons, playing and connecting with dogs and other humans, and being in nature.