The Canadian Environmental Law Association's March 2017 Bulletin is now available

Posted
March 30, 2017

Topics in this issue include electricity bill reductions, pesticides approval process, limiting toxins in Wal-Mart products, and international meetings on chemical agreements.

Articles include:
  • Electricity bill reductions for low-income Ontarians
  • Agriculture Committee meddles with pesticides approval process
  • Urging Wal-Mart Canada to limit toxics in products
  • Strengthening Canada's position on upcoming international meetings on chemical agreements
  • Encouraging Radon Policy Advocacy in the Child Care Sector
  • CELA retained by residents in landfill case
  • Raising concerns about Naturally Resilient strategy
  • CELA's lead in drinking water webinar now online
  • Restoring fish habitat protection
  • Open letter to Trade Ministers in Chile
  • CELA critiques federal government paper on CEPA reform

Read more: The Canadian Environmental Law Association's March 2017 Bulletin is now available