FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Widespread use of glyphosate, the world’s most extensively sold pesticide, will continue in Canada despite international concerns about health and ecological risks OTTAWA – April 28, 2017 — … Read more.
HALIFAX — Residents of Harrietsfield, N.S. are asking Environment Minister Margaret Miller to enforce a clean-up order for a defunct construction and demolition recycling facility that has contaminated their drinking water for more than a decade. Ecojustice, Canada’s largest environmental law charity, has launched an e-mail campaign in … Read more.
TORONTO — Ecojustice lawyer, Charles Hatt and Transition Initiative Kenora executive director, Teika Newton made the following statement in response to the new National Energy Board panel granting their motion … Read more.
VANCOUVER – Environmental groups launched a lawsuit today that challenges the federal Cabinet’s approval of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline project. “Cabinet should never have approved the Kinder Morgan project,” said Dyna … Read more.
Failures to report on methylmercury, a neurotoxin, prompt legal action December 6, 2016 TORONTO – Wildlands League, represented by Ecojustice lawyers, has filed a private prosecution against De Beers Canada … Read more.
A case before the Supreme Court today provides a crucial opportunity to bring Canadian law into line with international human rights standards and global precedents protecting the sacred sites of … Read more.
TORONTO — Ecojustice lawyer, Charles Hatt, reacts to the PMRA’s announcement: The Pest Management Regulatory Agency announced that it would phase out a neonicotinoid pesticide that poses unsustainable environmental risks, and … Read more.
OTTAWA – Ecojustice, Ecology Action Centre and Living Oceans Society issued the following statement about the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling on the approval of GM salmon production: Kaitlyn Mitchell, … Read more.
Approval failed to apply science-based, precautionary measures, groups say OTTAWA – Environmental groups are in court today to overturn a ruling that upheld the federal government’s approval of the development … Read more.
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