2018 election was no substitute for following the law, say Ecojustice and Greenpeace Canada TORONTO, April 1, 2019 — Premier Doug Ford’s decision to scrap the province’s cap-and-trade program without public consultation … Read more.
HALIFAX, 29 March, 2019 – The Environment Minister of Nova Scotia, Margaret Miller, announced today that she would require Northern Pulp to prepare and submit a focus report before she … Read more.
VANCOUVER – The provincial government tabled new legislation yesterday that would offer incentives for companies to build the LNG Canada terminal in Kitimat, B.C. Alan Andrews, Ecojustice’s climate change program … Read more.
VANCOUVER – A hearing on whether the Government of British Columbia can update its laws to better protect against spills of toxic substances such as diluted bitumen got underway today. … Read more.
Ecojustice defends Dale Poulette and Rachael Greenland-Smith against injunction on March 12. HALIFAX, March 11, 2019 – Two individuals from the Treaty Camp at a proposed Alton Gas site will … Read more.
ST.JOHN’S, Feb. 25, 2019 – The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) will have to answer in court today for its extension of an offshore drilling licence held by … Read more.
VANCOUVER – The National Energy Board (NEB) recommended today that Cabinet approve the Trans Mountain pipeline project, following a review of the project’s marine shipping impacts. Ecojustice lawyer Dyna Tuytel … Read more.
VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia released the province’s 2019 budget today, committing nearly $1 billion in funding for its CleanBC climate strategy. Alan Andrews, Ecojustice’s climate change program … Read more.
REGINA — Ecojustice lawyers, representing the David Suzuki Foundation, argued in court today that the risks of climate change, and our ability to respond to counter it effectively, requires a national … Read more.
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