The latest news and updates on Ecojustice's ongoing cases and program work
Read on to learn about Ecojustice's efforts to oppose the Northern Gateway pipeline, save our national endangered species law, ensure that the people of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation aren't forced to breathe in air laced with toxic chemicals, and much more in the Winter 2013 newsletter.
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.
Read on to learn about why the 2012 federal budget and its massive overhaul of Canada's environmental laws mean Canada needs Ecojustice more than ever.
Pipelines and their impact on Canada are the focal point of this issue.
This issue previews the latest installment of our groundbreaking Waterproof series, profiles the latest developments in our caribou protection work and reintroduces a familiar face in lawyer Sean Nixon, the newest addition to our Vancouver office.
Our migratory birds case flies back into court, an update on Alberta's woodland caribou, a special feature on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and introducing our newest staff lawyer, Karen Campbell.
We celebrate our 20th anniversary in Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax. And report on our most important cases including our lawsuit for killer whales, the latest from the tar sands, Charter case to clean up Canada's Chemical Valley, and a profile of staff lawyer Tim Leadem, Q.C.
Ecojustice's latest work in the tar sands, protections for caribou and orca, BC water reform, Syncrude ducks and our 20th Anniversary event.
Ecojustice's work to stop the gutting of Canada's most important environmental law, bird building lawsuit, a win over Lilydale, and the release of our latest drinking water report Seeking Water Justice.
This newsletter shows how our wins protect Canada’s wildlife and Canadians’ environmental rights, such as our Supreme Court of Canada win protecting public voice; endangered turtles getting a helping hand; and our private member's bill securing rights to a healthy environment.