The Ecojustice Blog
Not-so-fun fact: There are 80,000 inactive wells in Alberta, nearly half of which fail to meet regulatory standards
Lawyer Kaitlyn Mitchell reflects on a trip to Harrietsfield, Nova Scotia, where she's helping residents battle groundwater contamination from a construction and demolition recycling facility.
The right to a healthy environment in Canada is a big idea whose time has finally come.
Exciting news coming out of Ottawa: An Environmental Bill of Rights is on the table.
Find out what's new in a lawsuit challenging the Ontario government's weakening of the Endangered Species Act. Ecojustice lawyer Lara Tessaro shares what the government wants to prevent the court from hearing.
Access to clean water is one of our most basic human needs. That's why we need to do a better job of protecting Canada's freshwater resources.
Ontario Ministry of Environment drops investigation into 2013 chemical leak.
Ecojustice executive director Devon Page on how we can revolutionize the way we protect people and the places we love.
Find out what's new in the case to protect Ron Plain and Ada Lockridge from industrial air pollution in Chemical Valley, located in Sarnia, Ontario.
Use EnviroHansard to search parliamentary debates about the environment by date, Member of Parliament, text content or category.
Ecojustice lawyers help community groups, local residents launch Federal Court challenge over coal transport
Proposed federal legislation for the Rouge National Urban Park would weaken environmental protection in the Rouge River Valley.
The Species at Risk Act is strong on paper, but needs increased funding to be effective on the ground
Chevron and Imperial Oil have asked the National Energy Board to remove a long-standing safety requirement that protects the Arctic and its species from a catastrophic oil spill.
Bottom line: Any way you look at it, dumping untreated sewage into the Pacific Ocean is unacceptable.
We see a future where climate change is solved, and the air we breathe and the water we drink is clear and clean. This fall we’re starting an important conversation about what how we make that future now.
Join our own Jocelyn Anderson as she reflects on her experience at the Tar Sands Healing Walk.
Albert Koehl explains how political interference at the Commission for Environmental Cooperation is undermining your ability to protect yourself from mercury pollution.
B.C. Supreme ruling deals major blow to proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine.
Guest post: Mark Mattson wants Torontonians to know when sewage pollutes Lake Ontario. Find out how they want to address the sewage-pollution problem.