TORONTO, ONT./TRADITIONAL TERRITORY OF THE HURON-WENDAT, THE ANISHNAABEG, HAUDENOSAUNEE, CHIPPEWAS AND THE MISSISSAUGAS OF THE CREDIT FIRST NATION (Boozhoo, Kino Weya, Ya’at’eeh Shi’kis) – Two members of Aamjiwnaang First Nation have … Read more.
Today, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson took an important step in addressing the impact of coal in Canada by announcing his intention to designate all metallurgical coal … Read more.
Chlorpyrifos should be banned immediately OTTAWA/TRADITIONAL, UNCEDED TERRITORY OF THE ALGONQUIN ANISHNAABEG PEOPLE – Ecojustice, on behalf of Safe Food Matters and Prevent Cancer Now, has launched a judicial review … Read more.
Ecojustice welcomes the announcements made today by federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson that effectively signal the end of thermal coal mining in Canada. Wilkinson confirmed that … Read more.
OTTAWA/TRADITIONAL, UNCEDED TERRITORY OF THE ALGONQUIN ANISHNAABEG PEOPLE – Environmental organizations Climate Action Network-Réseau Action Climat (CAN-Rac), Ecojustice, Équiterre, David Suzuki Foundation (DSF) and West Coast Environmental Law Association (WCELA) … Read more.
Environmental groups head to court to fight blanket exemption for exploratory drilling ST JOHN’S, N.L./TRADITIONAL TERRITORY OF THE BEOTHUK AND MI’KMAQ – Ecojustice will be in court today to challenge … Read more.
Indigenous and environmental groups criticize government’s neglect of provincial Species at Risk Act FREDERICTON/ THE TRADITIONAL TERRITORY OF THE WABANAKI PEOPLES – In a demand letter sent to Minister of Natural … Read more.
Report card comes a decade after international governments committed to global biodiversity targets VANCOUVER / UNCEDED xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh AND səlilwətaɬ TERRITORIES — If it continues on its current trajectory, the … Read more.
CALGARY/TERRITORIES OF THE BLACKFOOT AND PEOPLES OF TREATIES 6 AND 7, HOME TO MÉTIS NATION OF ALBERTA, REGION III – Ecojustice is in court today and tomorrow on behalf of … Read more.
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