Press releases

Ecojustice, Ontario Nature say Toronto office complex more friendly for migratory birds despite dismissal of charges

Nov 12, 2013

Media release on the ruling on Migratory Birds Building Collision case, Schultz v. Menkes, on Nov. 14, 2012

Nestlé bows to pressure from community groups on bottled water fight

Oct 12, 2013

Press release announcing that Nestlé has decided to withdraw its appeal of mandatory drought restrictions related to water permit in Ontario’s Wellington County.

Environmental groups sue Ottawa over use of pesticides linked to cancer and water contamination

Aug 27, 2013

Government of Canada’s refusal to review pesticides already banned in Europe is unlawful, groups say

Nestle settlement not in the public interest, says Environmental Review Tribunal

Aug 16, 2013

Environmental groups celebrate tribunal ruling that rejects a deal between Nestlé and the Ontario Ministry of Environment that would have removed restrictions on Nestlé’s water withdrawals during times of drought.

Ecojustice report shows that sewage pollution still a big problem in Great Lake Basin

Aug 13, 2013

Ecojustice report analyzes 12 Ontario municipalities to see how they’re dealing with sewage pollution and finds that many are still polluting local bodies of water.

Federal government gets an ‘F’ for failing to protect drinking water

Jun 5, 2013

New Ecojustice report card points to continuing lack of national drinking water standards.

Groups applaud government’s anti-SLAPP bill

Jun 5, 2013

Press release thanking the Ontario government for introducing anti-SLAPP legislation.

Reject Northern Gateway based on missing information, environmental risk and lack of benefit to Canadians, environmental groups say

May 31, 2013

A coalition of environmental groups says an incomplete environmental assessment, serious risks to the environment and a lack of benefit from proposed Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline should convince the Joint Review Panel reviewing the project to reject it outright.

Morton, Ecojustice launch lawsuit over transfer of diseased salmon

May 24, 2013

Transfer of salmon infected with PRV virus into open-pen fish farm violates Fisheries Act, lawyers say

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