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Devon Page

Bio for Devon Page, Executive Director

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Executive Director Devon Page believes that the rule of law is our most powerful tool for protecting Canada and Canadians from the bulldozers, chain saws, oil drills and smokestacks that harm us and the environment. 
Areas of focus
  • Species at risk
  • Biodiversity
  • Forestry
Devon spent his first seven years at Ecojustice channeling his love of wilderness into protecting Canada’s endangered birds, wildlife and fish, obtaining an injunction to stop logging in the old-growth forests where Canada’s endangered spotted owl lives. 
Devon became executive director in 2009. He has since focused on enhancing Ecojustice’s effectiveness by emphasizing litigation around several key environmental and legal priorities, adopting a team-based approach and expanding communications, marketing and philanthropy activities. 
Devon spends his spare time exploring Canada’s back country, training for his next triathlon or spending time on the couch with his wife, Paula, and their houseful of animals.
Office: Vancouver

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