Wednesday, February 1, 2023


Blue Economy: The challenges with protecting source water

What started as a discussion on protecting our source water became a deep dive into how climate change is impacting quality freshwater sourcing in...

CELA to launch lead removal campaign

The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) is calling on Canadians to recognize the health impacts of hazardous lead in drinking water—and to help advocate...

Canadian Environmental Law Association Warns Against Ont. Bill 66

In response to the Ontario Government’s proposed Bill 66, the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA), which represented the Concerned Walkerton Citizens at the Walkerton...

Ont. Ministry of Health Changes E. coli Measurement Standard at Beaches

Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has recently changed the measurement standard for E. coli at public beaches, permitting more of the bacteria...

How CETA will Impact the Water Sector

The Canada-EU Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) moved closer to full implementation this fall. A late- October challenge from the Walloon region of Belgium...

Canadian Environmental Law Association’s Response to Waukesha Decision

Jacqueline Wilson is counsel at the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) and works on law reform and litigation relating to climate change, energy policy,...

Feedback: Ontario’s Water Opportunities Act

A day after Ontario Minister of the Environment John Gerretsen announced some details of the province's proposed Water Opportunities and Water Conservation Act, the...

Groups Respond to Proposed Water Opportunities Act

With the announcement of the proposed Water Opportunities Act in yesterday's Speech from the Throne, the Ontario government is setting the province on...

Pollution Data Would Help Drinking Water Protection: Report

Federal pollution data would give valuable additional information to the program created to protect sources of Ontarians' drinking water, says a new report from...

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