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.
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
This Ecojustice prosecution seeks to protect migratory birds from injury or death during their spring and fall migrations.
This Ecojustice’s prosecution targets Toronto’s most lethal structure to migratory birds, the Consilium Place complex.
Ecojustice is helping Ontarians ensure that a plan to build new nuclear reactors doesn't jeopardize Lake Ontario's ecosystem or the drinking water it provides
Ecojustice is working to ensure that the human rights of people living in one of Canada’s most polluted communities — Sarnia’s Chemical Valley – are recognized and protected.
We're challenging the federal government to start living up to its own law and protect Canada's species at risk.
Ecojustice is opposing a new oil pipeline that would carry tar sands oil from northern Alberta to BC's coast and threaten inland and ocean ecosystems
B.C.'s killer whales and all of Canada's endangered marine species now have protected places to eat, sleep and play in peace, thanks to a landmark decision we won in Federal Court this year.
The fight to save Canada's endangered sage-grouse is heating up once again.