News and Events Archive

This page provides access to news and events from past years. See Recent News and Events for newer media releases.

Jun 03 2009

The Perfect Storm in Favour of Green Power - Backgrounder to June 3/09 Media Release

Jun 03 2009

CELA calls for strong toxics use reduction regulations as new Toxics Reduction Act passes

Jun 01 2009

Heed students and ban Canadian asbestos say health, environment and social justice organizations

May 25 2009

S.L.A.P.P.S and Democracy - after-work forum

Apr 23 2009

Toxic chemicals used in lice treatments, flame retardants, stain and water resistance, and old pesticides targeted for global elimination under UN Agreement

Apr 07 2009

Health, environment and labour organizations support legislation to reduce toxic substances where Ontarians live, work and play and ensure industries in Ontario stay competitive internationally

Mar 27 2009

Proposed ban on toxic flame retardant in electronics will protect Canadians, environment

Mar 24 2009

Civil society groups defend Quebec pesticide ban in Parliament

Mar 05 2009

Feds Fall Short on Great Lakes While U.S. Leaps Ahead

Mar 04 2009

CELEBRATION! Decisive Precautionary Action in Ontario with Proclamation of Law Banning Use and Sale of Cosmetic Pesticides

Feb 23 2009

Green Energy Act Promising for Low Income Ontarians Says CELA

Feb 13 2009

Canadians to Harper: Renegotiate NAFTA with Obama

Feb 10 2009

Mercury in Fish a Global Health Concern: Warrants Immediate United Nations Action

Dec 15 2008

Canada's BPA measures not protecting the most vulnerable

Dec 15 2008

Bisphenol A

Dec 04 2008

CELA Celebrates Toronto’s Leadership on Community Right-to-Know Bylaw

Nov 27 2008

People Living in Low Income Communities Likely to Face Greater Pollution Releases

Nov 27 2008

Court rejects Lafarge bid to shut down environmental hearing

Nov 13 2008

CELA Calls for Public Comment to Support Province’s Proposed Regulations for Ban on Cosmetic Pesticide Use and Sales

Nov 13 2008

CELA Calls for Removal of NAFTA “Expropriation” Provisions That Can Undermine Health and Environmental Policy