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can sue NAFTA countries outside of the jurisdiction of their own courts, and which has seen claims ... recommended a strong "No." Sierra Club Canada Foundation was in federal court several weeks ago to ... Bilcon to bypass our courts, go to private tribunals, and demand money from taxpayers for policies that ...
these places is tough. We’re up against industry giants and entire governments. It’s why we go to court ...
walk it back or spend years trying to defend it in court. A New Way of Engaging The discussion reminded ... a consultative environment in which Indigenous people have a court-protected seat at the table, and charities ...
roll back of climate action in court, in town hall meetings with their leaders, and in the streets. As ... the rest of the world down when we need “full court press” on this issue. If Trump stays in Paris, ...
significant court costs. Therefore, we had no choice but to withdraw the application. Back in 2011, Sierra ...
did. At my table was a Supreme Court justice, a youth mental health advocate, a PMO staffer, and ...
– breathed a sigh of relief. Now, all these years later we are in court with our colleagues from East Coast ...
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 ...
the courts. In the past year Dan and I were deeply engaged in exposing to the broader environmental ...