We should really celebrate our small blue planet every day, but recent events give us particular cause to reflect on our home and how we’re treating it.
Law, Policy, & Standards
Greenpeace asks Elections Canada to investigate the Conservative Party for violating rules on campaign donations from corporations.
The current provincial election campaign in Quebec has no shortage of hot-button topics, but the environment has thus far not been one of them.
Hearings will determine whether the BC government is bound by law to protect the province’s endangered old-growth Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem.
Court rules that Canada’s federal government acted “‘unlawfully” in delaying recovery strategies for at-risk species.
Conservation groups had to sue Canada’s Minister of Health to secure reviews of pesticides already banned in Europe.
Lawsuit filed by Ecojustice and five environmental groups claims Canada’s federal government is not protecting endangered wildlife.
Sixty-five species slated to receive mandatory habitat protection under Ontario’s Endangered Species Act, may be out of luck if the government proceeds with sweeping exemptions.
Countries where governments hold a tight rein on information, shut down or stifle research that runs counter to their priorities, and demonize and attack opponents are never good places to live. We have to make sure Canada doesn’t become one.
The Idle Nor More campaign continues to gain steam, as thousands of people across Canada gather to protest the government’s First Nations policies.
Bruce Power pleads guilty in the Ontario Provincial Court of Justice to one count of violating the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA).