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Fall 2012 newsletter

Feb 28, 2013 12:33 PM

Read on to learn more about Ecojustice's efforts to make sure our governments live up to their responsibilities to protect Canada's endangered species, oversee sustainable development and safeguard our drinking water.

Fall 2012 newsletter

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What do at-risk humpback whales and boreal caribou have to do with Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline? And what are we doing about another mega-pipeline project, the Trans Mountain expansion? 

We explore these topics and more – including the results of the survey many of you filled out earlier this year — in our Fall 2012 newsletter. You’ll get the lowdown on our efforts to protect the Species at Risk Act, one of the last effective environmental laws left standing after last spring’s federal budget bill. 

Inspired to make a difference? Join the more than 22,000 supporters that are the heart of Ecojustice’s mission and make a donation today.

Your interest in our cases and continued support makes all the work featured in this newsletter possible. Without you, we couldn’t win victories that hold polluters to account, force governments and corporations to abide by the law and ultimately, protect the air, water and land we all need to survive. 

Featured in this newsletter

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Campaign: Save Our Species

Canada's endangered species are in trouble and they need help. That's why we launched a new report and filed a lawsuit that takes the federal government to task for failing to protect these vulnerable animals and plants. 

Check out 4 easy ways YOU can take action and stand up for Canada's endangered species.

 

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Case: Northern Gateway Pipeline

Follow our efforts to ensure that the threats the Northern Gateway Pipeline would pose to our air, water and land are known and considered during the project's regulatory hearings.

 

 

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Feature: The real heroes behind our work speak out

We asked you to tell us a little more about yourself and what issues matter most to you. Here's what you had to say.

 

  

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Feature: Where does Ontario's drinking water go?

The Oak Ridges Moraine provides drinking water for more than 250,000 Ontarians, but every day, millions of litres are pumped out of the Moraine to do things like water golf courses. 
 
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