Failing Grade: New federal approach to environmental assessment leaves Canadians at risk and without a voice


Failing Grade: New federal approach to environmental assessment leaves Canadians at risk and without a voice

Failing Grade: New federal approach to environmental assessment
leaves Canadians at risk and without a voice

 

West Coast Environmental Law released a report card yesterday that “measures the final content of Bill C-38 – the omnibus Budget Bill passed Monday by the House of Commons – against a checklist of principles endorsed earlier this year by over 55 Canadian organizations coast to coast representing scientists, physicians, lawyers, advocates for democracy and citizen groups.”

Click above to read the release, see the checklist and download the report.

 

 


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