Drilling could move forward in Newfoundland’s largest marine protected area despite legal challenge For immediate release: July 2, 2020 St. John’s, NL – A marine refuge designed to protect sensitive … Read more.
VANCOUVER – Ecojustice and Wildsight are urging Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson to designate Teck Resources’ plan to expand British Columbia’s largest coal mine for an … Read more.
Report outlines recommendations for a new Canadian Climate Accountability Act For immediate release: June 16, 2020 Toronto – A coalition of six environmental organizations – Ecojustice, Climate Action Network Canada, … Read more.
Toronto – Ecojustice, on behalf of its clients former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Gordon Miller and the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE), welcome the Ontario government’s revocation … Read more.
TORONTO – Seven young Ontarians are fighting to keep their landmark climate lawsuit alive in the face of the provincial government’s attempts to shut down the case before it can … Read more.
OTTAWA – Ecojustice stands with Chief Allan Adam and the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, as they call for greater transparency in the wake of another disturbing incident involving RCMP officers … Read more.
Environmental groups disappointed exploratory drilling will proceed in the interim For immediate release: June 04, 2020 St. John’s, NL – Ecojustice and its clients welcome the Federal Court’s decision to … Read more.
VANCOUVER – Ecojustice stands with the Black community in the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others in the United States. Ecojustice also … Read more.
Province broke its own law by failing to adhere to Nova Scotia’s Endangered Species Act HALIFAX – Environmental groups applaud today’s landmark decision from the Nova Scotia Supreme Court stating … Read more.
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