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Won Federal Court of Canada law suit requiring greenhouse gas emissions be assessed as part of the ...
Change your profile and cover images on your social media pages and show solidarity for whales! We are in court this week defending whales and the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the harmful effects of oil and gas exploration. You can read why and how right here. Our endangered whales need all of the ...
I made a court appearance the week before the holidays. It has been a years-long fight just to get into ... court case, and we will then be proceeding further still with this challenge. Beyond that, we have to ... today to help us fight in the courts to save these whales. My deepest thanks for standing with us and ...
email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest Because of your support and strong commitment to the environment, we were able to take on some very challenging campaigns this year: We went to court after a years-long battle to protect the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Bay of Fundy and the endangered ...
could be settled before our courts make a determination on its merits. This would send a message that ... Government of Canada case and resist settlement offers in advance of a ruling from our Federal Courts. This ... asking our courts to set aside the NAFTA Tribunal’s decision. But settling before our courts determine ...
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 ...
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 ...