Ecojustice provides legal services free-of-charge to charities and citizens on the front lines of the environmental movement, helping ensure equitable access to environmental justice nationwide. We advocate for effective laws, use the courts to make sure they are implemented and enforced, and give a voice to Canadians in decisions that affect the air, water and land we all depend on.
We’re representing WWF-Canada at regulatory hearings to ensure that potential environmental risks are addressed before energy companies receive licences to drill for oil in Canada’s Arctic.
Ecojustice lawyers are representing three residents of Harrietsfield, Nova Scotia, in their fight to protect their drinking water from contamination.
We're asking the court to see if the federal government violated its own law by permitting the manufacture of genetically modified salmon in Canada.
We're telling the National Energy Board to reject Enbridge's plan to ship Albertan oil through densely populated areas in Ontario and Quebec.
Challenging the federal health minister to reconsider Health Canada's decision to re-approve a pesticide - severely restricted in Europe and linked to massive bee die-offs in Canada.
Challenging Ontario's decision to exempt major threats to species at risk from the Endangered Species Act.
Ecojustice is trying to reduce exposure to toxic pesticides harmful to the environment and Canadians.
Last-ditch effort to save once-thriving forests from elimination
Transfer of salmon infected with PRV virus into open-pen fish farm violates Fisheries Act, lawyers say
Ecojustice is helping the Wellington Water Watchers and the Council of Canadians defend a community's water supply from harm.