Ontario becomes first province or state in North America to restrict neonics TORONTO — Ontario’s pollinator protection regulations, released today, make it the first province or state in North America to … Read more.
Federal emergency order helping endangered prairie bird populations recover CALGARY — Canada’s endangered Greater Sage-grouse populations are on the rebound and conservation groups are cautiously optimistic about the increased numbers. Credited … Read more.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans needs to err on the side of caution in regulating fish farms, Court rules VANCOUVER — The Federal Court has struck down aquaculture licence conditions … Read more.
HARRIETSFIELD, N.S. — The Nova Scotia Supreme Court has upheld a cleanup order that will force polluters to clean up contamination that has left families in Harrietsfield unable to safely … Read more.
Feds shielding from review products toxic to bees OTTAWA and MONTREAL – The federal government is unlawfully shielding from review pest control products containing a pesticide banned in Norway, environmental … Read more.
Local resident Debbie Gordon is seeking a judicial review in the matter of the abandoned Thane Smelter in the town of Georgina, Ontario. Laura Bowman and Ian Miron, lawyers working … Read more.
TORONTO AND OTTAWA — Environmental Defence, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, and Ottawa Riverkeeper, represented by counsel at Ecojustice, have submitted a formal request to Hon. Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of the Environment, … Read more.
VANCOUVER- Less than two months after Ecojustice launched a lawsuit against the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia for its refusal to investigate a 2013 complaint made by their client, … Read more.
TORONTO — Environmental groups are appealing a Federal Court decision that refused to overturn an environmental assessment of Ontario Power Generation’s proposal to rebuild four aging nuclear reactors at the … Read more.
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