Emerging technologies to mitigate environmental impact and even remediate harm that has already occurred, known colloquially as "cleantech", represent...
On April 13, 2021, the federal government introduced Bill C-28, which, if enacted, will amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA).
A perfect confluence of events created a stealth killer.
Indigenous, Black communities exposed to higher levels of dirty air, contaminated water
Although many human activities have clear negative effects on the natural world, there are also unforeseen consequences
Additional funding will help rebuild roads and bridges to a higher standard
The Government of Ontario recently introduced legislation that proposes to combine an existing cluster of five land and environmental tribunals into a single entity called the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT).
The latest round of applications is now open under a $100-million fund aimed at cleaning dormant oil and gas wells in British Columbia.
A second $50 million for the Province’s dormant well clean-up program is available, supporting jobs for B.C. workers in oil and gas service companies and reducing environmental impacts.
The Province of Ontario has missed a chance to show it is listening to Ontarians who care about their environment, according to Conservation Ontario.
Canadians want cleaner air and healthier communities once we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Environmental Defence and Ontario Nature are taking the Ontario government to court over its use of a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO)
The federal government has launched a new initiative aimed at finding long-term solutions for the growing quantity of radioactive waste produced by Canada's nuclear reactors.
Ford's government is rewriting the rules for agencies that protect Ontario watersheds, undermining their powers and allowing developers to skip checks and balances, environmental advocates say.