A submission on behalf of the Pauquachin First Nation to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans; Minister of Environment and Climate Change; Minister of Health; and Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations regarding the rehabilitation of shellfish habitat on the Saanich Peninsula >
A submission on behalf of the Pauquachin First Nation to the Ministers of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation; Health; Environment and Climate Change Strategy; Land, Water and Resource Stewardship; and Agriculture and Food.
A submission on behalf of the Pauquachin First Nation to the District of North Saanich regarding the rehabilitation of shellfish habitat on the Saanich Peninsula.
With the goal of empowering citizen groups to defend access to the wild spaces they care about, the ELC and the Outdoor Recreation Council released Wild Places and Green Spaces: A Citizen’s Guide to Proving Public Access this August. Three >
Prepared on behalf of the Outdoor Recreation Council of BC, this Citizen’s Guide is designed to assist British Columbians who want to prove a public right to access to wild places and green spaces. October 20, 2022: updated version of >
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.
Good News Stories: Celebrating Positive Changes in Environmental Law As part of our 25th Anniversary celebration, we’re sharing a series of Good News Stories that were inspired by the 2021 Research-a-thon. The goal of Research-a-thon 2021 was to share stories >
The amount of land we’re talking about is equivalent to a line of football fields stretched from Victoria to Nova Scotia. Ray Zimmerman, Sea-to-Sea Greenbelt Society In early 2021, the Environmental Law Centre (ELC) and the Sea-to-Sea Greenbelt Society (Sea-to-Sea) >
This story is the second in a series we’re sharing in 2021 to mark the ELC’s 25th anniversary [ICYMI, our first flashback is here]. We’ll take this time to reflect on milestones and appreciate work done in the past that >
Helping to improve deteriorating water quality and other ecological conditions at Elk/Beaver Lake that pose danger to the health of humans, animals, and the environment is the aim of the ELC submission Recommendations for Optimal Implementation of the Elk/Beaver Lake >