A moratorium on any new oil sands expansion is imperative given Canada's failure to properly assess the total environmental and climate impacts, experts say in the prestigious science journal Nature.
A coalition of grassroots groups have received confirmation from 67 provincial candidates in Ontario that, if elected, they would conduct an environmental assessment on the Line 9 pipeline.
The Toronto City Council struck a blow to the NEB-approved project Line 9B when they voted in favour of asking Ontario to conduct a comprehensive environmental assessment.
This is an open letter to the Ontario Liberal government urging them to conduct an environmental assessment on Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline.
Now, rather than every exploratory offshore well needing an environmental assessment, projects will only be required to undergo an assessment for the first exploratory well.
The Council of Canadians has joined with more than 30 groups to call on Alberta Premier Alison Redford to remove Gerry Protti as the chair of the province's new energy regulator.
We now have clear evidence there were no excessive delays and absolutely no need to gut Canada's environmental protection laws, which took us 35 years to build.
The community of Southgate, Ontario is fighting to stop a sewage sludge treatment plant from being built there, beside a wetland and a few hundred meters from the local elementary school.
MiningWatch had an opportunity to comment on an important document that will guide Cliffs Natural Resources in drafting the environmental assessment of their Chromite project.
This past spring, the federal government, through its omnibus ‘budget’ bill C-38, introduced a new, and spectacularly diminished, environmental assessment law. Do they want to fix it at all?