The Canadian Environmental Law Association October 2016 bulletin is now available

Posted
October 31, 2016

Topics covered in this issue include radon tax credit, Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan, National Housing Strategy, Conservation Authorities Act Review, flame retardants.

Articles include:

  • Challenging all MPs to support a radon tax credit
  • CELA encourages Ontario to adopt 100% renewables in its Long-Term Energy Plan
  • Calling for healthier homes within the National Housing Strategy
  • Improving the Conservation Authorities Act Review
  • After many years, minimal action on flame retardants
  • Celebrating the Consumer Product Safety Annual Report
  • Using EA to address climate change
  • Blog: Time to get serious about EA Reform in Ontario
  • Court upholds OMB decision that protects CELA clients
  • Calling for an end to liquid nuclear waste convoys
  • The Environmental Toolkit Workshop
  • GUEST BLOG: Too much power? Then why keep Pickering running?
  • BLOG: Spending Cap and Trade Revenue on Low-Income Ontarians

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