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email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest-- NAFTA tribunal exceeded its jurisdiction when it made determination on what a Canadian environmental assessment panel can decide, groups say-- We are in federal court this week in Ottawa to ensure that original environmental assessments hold ...
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 ...
months- in the court room fighting at the highest level – I know you will be there right along side me, to ... knowledge, expertise and mobilization to take on some of the largest and most complex court challenges in ...
going to court to seek legal protection for endangered blue whales from oil and gas drilling in the ...
Federal Court’s dismissal of Canada’s case challenging a landmark arbitral award brought under the North ... Coast Environmental Law’s Executive Director said: “While we are disappointed that the Federal Court ... liable for damages — which Bilcon claims is upwards of $500 million.-30- MEDIA DOWNLOADS: Federal Court ...
these places is tough. We’re up against industry giants and entire governments. It’s why we go to court ...
the court case we (Sierra Club Canada Foundation and East Coast Environmental Law) intervened in ... courts to "set aside" the Tribunal's decision. That request was denied on Wednesday by Federal Court Judge Mactavish. It turns out our worst fears have been realized and corporations do, in ...
the Red Chris Mine decision of the Supreme Court of Canada. These new rules apply even to projects ... court by Sierra Club Canada and Ecojustice. In some cases this will mean that no environmental ...