Latest ELC Work

Indigenous cultural heritage resources are not adequately protected in BC, but a recently released report prepared in partnership with the Tŝilhqot’in National Government and in consultation with other BC Nations aims to change that. Protecting >

ELC Spotlight

At the end of August, the ELC appeared before a United Nations Reactive Monitoring Mission hearing on behalf of the Mikisew Cree First Nation to present findings from a recently released ELC report on how to regulate any proposed release of tar sands effluent that are currently stored in tailing ponds in and around their >

Pielc 2023

On the Road Again: Renewing an ELC Team-building Tradition

After a three-year hiatus, ELC staff and Club members travelled to Eugene, Oregon in early March for the 41st annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC). The largest of its kind, PIELC attracts 3,000+ lawyers, students, activists, scientists, policy makers, and concerned citizens from around the world each year to participate in panels and workshops, >