TORONTO – Environmental groups will be heading to the Federal Court of Appeal in support of a case related to the Pest Management Regulatory Agency’s (PMRA) decision to continue registration … Read more.
VANCOUVER / UNCEDED xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mes and Sel̓íl̓witulh TERRITORIES – Canada is down to the last pair of spotted owls in the wild — and B.C. is logging away their forest … Read more.
VANCOUVER – Kegan Pepper-Smith, Ecojustice lawyer, issued the following statement in regards to Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Bernadette Jordan’s decision to keep open-net fish farms open in the Discovery … Read more.
TORONTO – Less than three months after appearing in a virtual court hearing themselves, the seven youth at the helm of an Ontario-based climate case have a message for other … Read more.
Feds must deliver on commitments to enviro legislation as soon as possible For immediate release: September 23, 2020 Ottawa, Ont. – Ecojustice executive director Devon Page issued the following statement … Read more.
VANCOUVER – Canada’s decision to approve “weaker” climate plans from Ontario and New Brunswick points to serious loopholes in existing climate legislation and the need for a new Canadian Climate … Read more.
OTTAWA — Ecojustice lawyers and their client, the David Suzuki Foundation, are confident that the Supreme Court of Canada will uphold the federal government’s legal authority to implement national measures … Read more.
VANCOUVER – Ecojustice is calling for parties and candidates in British Columbia to make climate action and the protection of endangered species and old-growth forests key priorities in the lead-up … Read more.
For immediate release: September 21, 2020 Environmental and physicians groups urge the Prime Minister to swiftly introduce amendments to strengthen key environmental protection law Toronto, Ont. – A report … Read more.
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