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attending the first day of court today to defend endangered whales and the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the ... exploration in Gulf of St. Lawrence Groups, acting in public interest, demand day in court to defend Gulf of ... in court today to argue they should be allowed to proceed with a lawsuit challenging an oil and gas ...
Gretchen Fitzgerald's blog UPDATE: It is the night before we walk into court to defend ... validity of its license in the Gulf. It is alarming that Corridor is proceeding even though the Court may ... “standing” of Sierra Club and the four other groups who are part of this court case because we are “not ...
Re: Kemp Stanton's letter- NAFTA’s replacement must benefit people and the planet, not corporate polluters!
(ISDS)-- must be eliminated. There is no reason that corporations should be able to bypass our courts and ...
Won Federal Court of Canada law suit requiring greenhouse gas emissions be assessed as part of the ...
license in the Gulf. It is alarming that Corridor is proceeding even though the Court may determine that ... “standing” of Sierra Club and the four other groups who are part of this court case because we are “not ... creatures that live there for a very long time. As I pointed out in my affidavit filed with the court, we ...
national courts and have no accountability to our democratically elected leaders. This is unfortunately far ... court regarding the Bilcon case on November 20th. Our lawyers with EcoJustice are working hard to ...
strategies. Unfortunately this act also has some flaws, and in 2016 the “Court of Appeal for Ontario upheld a lower court decision that found the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry was within its rights to ...
raised, and her remaining brethren. We are in the midst of a make-or-break court challenge to do just ... their sanctuaries. Our court challenge will be critical to alleviating some of the burden of these ... challenging work in the courts to protect the Gulf of St. Lawrence and its precious marine residents. Thank ...
the cost of people and the planet threatens the tenure of more progressive governments that court ...
corporations like ExxonMobil to bypass our courts, go to private tribunals, and demand money from taxpayers for ... billion. [i] The cases are heard not by judges, but by corporate lawyers outside the normal court system. ... settlement (ISDS) system has empowered multinational corporations like ExxonMobil to bypass our courts, go to ...