CELA's Northern Services

 

In a pilot project launched during 2018, CELA expanded its client services in Northern Ontario in collaboration with Northern communities, residents, and non-profits to work on existing and emerging issues related to water, land, environmental and human health. CELA counsel Kerrie Blaise takes the lead on this project and in connecting with northern legal clinics, has accepted the Algoma Community Legal Clinic's generous offer of part-time desk space in Sault Ste. Marie. We hope to increase our reach in communities which have been historically underserved.

 

 

Title:Comments on Endangered Species Recovery Strategies
Resource Type:Letter, Response to Consultation
Content:Download PDF file
# of Pages:5
Date authored:August 20, 2019
Author/s:Kerrie Blaise
Author Organization:Canadian Environmental Law Association
Title:Residual Concerns in Siting a Nuclear Fuel Waste Repository
Resource Type:Presentation
Content:Download PDF file
# of Pages:23
Date authored:August 15, 2019
Author/s:Theresa McClenaghan
Author Organization:Canadian Environmental Law Association
Title:Drilling and Provincial Permitting
Resource Type:Presentation
Content:Download PDF file
# of Pages:24
Date authored:August 8, 2019
Author/s:Kerrie Blaise
Author Organization:Canadian Environmental Law Association
Title:Submission regarding Legislative Amendments to the Endangered Species Act - Bill 108, Schedule 5

Environmental Registry No. 013-5033

Resource Type:Response to Consultation
Content:Download PDF file
# of Pages:14
Date authored:May 16, 2019
Author/s:Kerrie Blaise, Anastasia Lintner, Sue Tan
Author Organization:Canadian Environmental Law Association, Lintner Law, Ecojustice
Title:10th Year Review of Ontario's Endangered Species Act

Response to Discussion Paper ERO Number: 013-4143

Resource Type:Report
Content:Download PDF file
# of Pages:11
Date authored:February 28, 2019
Publication number:1247
Author/s:Kerrie Blaise, Anastasia Lintner, Sue Tan
Author Organization:CELA, Lintner Law, Ecojustice

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