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Ecojustice will continue to defend the environment, one case at a time By TAMARA LORINCZ and DEVON PAGE The Chronicle Herald, Halifax: Published: 2010-10-27 Last week, the largest fine in Canadian history was issued against a corporation for an environmental…
by RALPH SURETTE, The Chronicle Herald, Halifax NS The devastation is astounding in a place where the once-cold waters of the North Atlantic used to break up hurricanes into post-tropical depressions by the time they made landfall. Towns cut off, great…
Environmental Groups call on Newfoundland and Canada not to Approve Seismic Blasting As a growing number of individuals and organizations call for a moratorium on testing and drilling for oil in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Atlantic Canadian environmental groups…
In 2007, our provincial government gave Nova Scotians something to be proud of — an ambitious and unique piece of environmental legislation, the Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act (EGSPA). Ambitious because the government set a clear, overarching goal of…
ECELAW's website and online library now include all documents from the Summer 2010 workshop series Who Owns the Coast.  See: Our Resources / Current Workshops for power point presentations; Our Resources / Pubications for the East Coast Environmental Law latest…