Register

Registration: $50 per person
Date: November 17 & 18, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

*If you missed the 2021 Environmental Law Toolkit, you can still purchase access to the recordings and presentation slides.

*Please note all registrants will receive access to 11 Legal Toolkit recordings and slide decks until December 18th, 2021.
*Registrants will also receive a link to join the Zoom Meeting Sessions on November 17th and November 18th.

Hosted by Anastasia Lintner of the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) and including numerous lawyers from CELA, Ecojustice and The Commission for Environmental Cooperation, the Toolkit is designed to educate nonprofits active in the environmental field about the legal tools available to protect our air, water, land, and human health

Participants will receive a nuts and bolts overview of the laws that protect our environment. You'll access recordings of the following:

Using Access to Information Tools Effectively
Ian Miron, Staff Lawyer, Ecojustice and Charlotte Ireland, Paralegal, Ecojustice

Using Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights
Rick Lindgren, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association

Torts: What They Are and How to Protect the Environment Against Them
Rick Lindgren, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association

Private Prosecutions: Taking the Law Into Your Own Hands
Ramani Nadarajah, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association.

Environmental Assessment: The [dead] Letter of the Law
Joseph Castrilli, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association

Municipal Planning: PPS, Growth Plans, OPs, and Much More
Jacqueline Wilson, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association

Reviewing Environmental Decisions
Robert Wright, Former Staff Lawyer, Ecojustice

Submissions on Enforcement Matters to the Commission for Environmental Cooperation
Caitlin McCoy, Commission for Environmental Cooperation Secretariat

Advancing Indigenous Rights
Kerrie Blaise, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association and Petri Bailey, Lakehead University Law Student

Indigenous Law & Canadian Law: Challenges and Opportunities
Kerrie Blaise, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association, Peter Hillson, Intern, Sustainability Network, Petri Bailey, Lakehead University Law Student

Fight for Your Right to a Healthy Environment
Ian Miron, Staff Lawyer, Ecojustice

Our Presenters:

Presented by:

Ian Miron

Charlotte Ireland

Rick Lindgren

Ramani Nadarajah

Joseph Castrilli

Jacqueline Wilson

Robert Wright

Caitlin McCoy

Kerrie Blaise

Peter Hillson

Petri Bailey