Press Releases

Report exposes Canada’s Chemical Valley

Oct 30, 2012

Ecojustice released an investigative report today documenting the staggering amount of air pollution released from industrial facilities in Canada’s Chemical Valley [October 4, 2007]

Decisive killer whale court win offers hope for at-risk species

Oct 15, 2012

Federal Court rules DFO failed to protect B.C. resident killer whale critical habitat

Anti-SLAPP bill launched in Ontario

Oct 15, 2012

Today, environmental groups applauded a proposed new law that would allow Ontario citizens to speak out to protect the environment and their health without fear of damaging lawsuits meant to intimidate them. 
Yasir Naqvi, Member of Provincial Par…

Feds sued over failure to protect killer whales

Oct 1, 2012

Case could determine future of Canada’s at-risk species

Environmental groups back in court to defend killer whale ruling

Oct 1, 2012

Federal government seeks to reverse parts of 2010 decision on critical habitat protection

Appeal court decision affirms protection for killer whales

Oct 1, 2012

The federal Court of Appeal has upheld a precedent-setting ruling that confirmed the federal government is legally bound to protect killer whale habitat, according to a judgment released today.

Environmental groups to challenge Northern Gateway pipeline in review hearings

Aug 31, 2012

Threats pipeline poses to air, water and land cannot be overlooked or dismissed, Ecojustice warns

Great Lakes Remain Vulnerable to New Wave of Dangerous Mining, According to New Report

May 10, 2012

Gaps, inconsistencies and loopholes in U.S. state and Canadian provincial laws are leaving the Great Lakes and other natural resources vulnerable to a new wave of mining activity.

Federal government failing to enforce Canada’s environmental laws: report

Dec 12, 2011

Ecojustice releases report on federal government’s enforcement of key environmental laws.

Media Contacts


Seán O’Shea
1-800-926-7744 ext. 277
soshea@ecojustice.ca

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