Request to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard on behalf of the British Columbia Wildlife Federation (“BCWF”) and yaqan nukiy (Lower Kootenay Band) to investigate concerns about ongoing harm to fish and fish habitat occurring in >
There is clearly no issue facing Canadians that is of higher importance than dealing with climate change. The Government of Canada’s current initiative to reform the Competition Act presents a unique opportunity to reform the Act’s provisions to better deter >
As a screen projected the sight and sounds of a gurgling river and researchers dove into their work, the DDR (Dispute Resolution Room and formerly known as the Moot Courtroom) was literally flowing with student energy at the 6th annual >
Law reform recommendations to combat the ever-increasing scale of mega-fires that ravage the province each year through supporting prescribed and cultural burning, which has been an essential part of British Columbia’s ecosystems since time immemorial, and is one of many >
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 >
A submission prepared on behalf of the Veins of Life Watershed Society on the need to protect public waterfront on the Gorge from private use and occupation.
A report prepared on behalf of the Mikisew Cree First Nation regarding optimal rules for treatment and disposal of oil sands process affected waters currently stored in tailings ponds in and around their territory.
Submission prepared on behalf of Wildsight requesting that the issue of cross-border coal mine pollution issues in the Kootenay/Kootenai River Watershed be referred to the International Joint Commission.
We’ve said many times before that some ELC files need time to brew. Such was the case with our 2019 submission with Ecojustice to Canada’s Competition Bureau asking for an investigation into Keurig Canada’s claims about the recyclability of their >
An ELC Clinic submission prepared for Sierra Club of BC on laws to protect bear dens in British Columbia.