The most recent Ecojustice publications
Ecojustice analyzed 12 Ontario municipalities in the Great Lakes Basin to see how they're dealing with sewage pollution, which is endangering plant and animal species and making water unsafe for recreational use.
Spring is in the air and that means Ecojustice’s annual Victories Report, sharing another year of wins for the environment, is available to download.
Ecojustice research has revealed that in Northern Alberta, oilsands operators emit toxins that end up in the Athabasca River, contaminating a waterway that’s home to more than half of the province’s fish species.
This article examines whether a landowner may be in breach of the terms of their mortgage by entering into a standard oil and gas surface lease without notification to and consent of the lender.
In light of the federal government’s announcement that it intends to amend the Species at Risk Act (SARA) to make it more “effective,” Ecojustice took a closer look at Canada’s endangered species legislation to evaluate the strength of existing laws and how well they are working.