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 15 2006

CELA Denounces McGuinty Government's Decision to Exempt Provincial Energy Plan from Environment Assessment

Jun 14 2006

Help us keep a Community-Right-Know strategy alive in the City of Toronto

Jun 09 2006

Mohawks, Municipalities and Residents Commend Environment Ministry’s Recommendation Against Approval of Richmond Landfill Expansion

Jun 05 2006

Mohawks, Municipalities and Citizens Urge Ontario to Reject Proposed Landfill Expansion and to Commence Groundwater Investigation

May 18 2006

Progress made with Clean Water Act

May 17 2006

CELA awaits Canada’s plan to meet international commitment on toxic chemicals

Mar 29 2006

Ontario Power Authority/Conservation Bureau on right track with launch of low-income conservation program

Mar 14 2006

Mohawks and Residents Slam Richmond Dump Owner's Refusal to Allow Independent Water Sampling at Landfill Site

Mar 07 2006

Bill 51: Big step forward for Ontario environmental planning

Mar 01 2006

Environmental Groups Release Legal Opinion...Electricity Plan Requires Provincial Environmental Assessment

Feb 22 2006

Proposed Richmond Landfill Expansion

Feb 22 2006

Mohawks and Residents Bring Dump Objections to Queen's Park; Demand that Ontario Reject Flawed Environmental Assessment

Feb 14 2006

Power Supply Mix Public Consultation

Feb 09 2006

Canadian Companies Dirtier Air Polluters than U.S. in Great Lakes Basin

Feb 08 2006

Four Days Inadequate for Public Review of 83 Billion Dollar Electricity Plan

Jan 30 2006

Mohawks and Residents Request that Provincial Officials Reject Environmental Assessment for Dump Expansion

Jan 19 2006

Health, safety and environmental laws at risk due to "smart regulation"

Dec 16 2005

Environmentalists Applaud McGuinty Commitment to Environmental Assessment

Dec 13 2005

New Protections for the Great Lakes Follows a Long Hard Negotiation

Dec 09 2005

Supply Advice Misses the Mark