The following is a comparison of WCELA's October 1991 constitutional recommendations1 with the August 1992 Charlottetown constitutional agreement2 reached by Canada's first ministers ("the agreement").
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Press relations are one of the most important tools at the disposal of community groups today. The news media reaches audiences that are beyond the range of traditional grassroots organizing techniques.
West Coast Environmental Law Research Foundation is a non-profit society that provides legal research and education to promote protection of the environment and public participation in environmental decision-making.
One legacy of British Columbia's past reliance on hazardous substances is widespread contamination of land.
This brief makes recommendations for improving Bill C-74, an Act to Amend the Fisheries Act and to Amend the Criminal Code in Consequence Thereof. The recommendations are summarized in the first part of the brief.
These comments on Draft 10 of the Pulp Mill and Pulp and Paper Mill Liquid Effluent Control Regulations are submitted on behalf of the attached list of 54 organizations and individuals concerned about pollution from pulp and paper mills.
This report is the third of a three part series on toxic contamination of land in British Columbia. Volume One identifies the key issues involved. Volume Two discusses the main principles governing liability for contaminated land in British Columbia today.
This report is the second of a three part series on toxic contamination of land in British Columbia. Volume I identifies the key issues involved. Volume III sets out a draft statute on prevention and clean-up of pollution.
We note that the explanatory note states, "the right of the individual to have his or her personal information ..." (emphasis added). The use of this non-sexist language is very welcome.