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Legal e-Brief Archive

The Legal e-Brief is the monthly e-newsletter of West Coast Environmental Law Association. When you subscribe, we'll keep you informed with timely updates on environmental law issues, our latest work and the services we provide – as well as showcasing the work of our sister organizations, the West Coast Environmental Law Research Foundation and the Environmental Dispute Resolution Fund.

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Past issues:

December: Answers to your legal questions: farmed fish, wildfires & professional reliance
November: How NAFTA could affect Canada's climate plans
October: Hit the road, Kinder Morgan: Court hearings explained in highway signs
September: Watch our new video: Living Indigenous environmental laws
August: We want strong laws for fish. Will you join us?
July: BC wildfires and the rising costs of climate change
June: BC's legal toolbox to confront Kinder Morgan
May: What's your vision for the ocean in 2020?
April: Are political donations affecting BC's environment?
March: Demand justice for the Mount Polley mine disaster
February: Revitalizing Indigenous laws to protect the environment
January: We're excited for 2017 - How about you?
December: 2016 in review: Environmental law in the spotlight
November: Protecting free speech for Canadian charities
October: How the Fisheries Act is failing BC salmon
September: Time to stop Enbridge with a Pacific coast tanker ban
August: Kinder Morgan meetings, salmon science, and Site C
July: What's next for Canada's environmental laws
June: Join us in celebrating National Aboriginal Day
May: Rethinking reviews for projects like Kinder Morgan
April: Why building pipelines won't save the oil industry
March: No habitat, no fish. It's that simple.
February: We're advancing Indigenous law for land, air and water
January: Take Action for federal and provincial climate leadership
December: 2015 in review: things are looking up for the environment
November: We're taking our vision for climate justice to Paris
October: This Election Day, be ready to vote for the environment.
September: Stand with the First Nations in court against Enbridge
August: Building the next generation of public interest environmental lawyers
July: BC communities say 'no' to dirty development
June: Are recent attacks on BC's farmland legal?
May: Have a say in protecting BC's coast - speak up before May 26th
April: How would you spend $75 million for the environment?
March: Dear PM: Destruction of our atmosphere undermines Canada's security
February: Water: a priceless treasure?
January: Demand justice for Lemon Creek!
December: A (not so) Green Christmas Story
November: 40 years of protecting the environment through law
October: Will it soon be payback time for fossil fuel companies?
September: Stand up to protect societies from legal attacks by industry
August: Could stronger environmental laws have stopped the Mt. Polley spill?
July: See you in court, Enbridge!
June: Enbridge: the fight has only just begun
May: Take action: stand up for forests in BC
April: Tell the BC government: stop changing laws to benefit industry
March: Canada's wild fish need you today
February: Many voices means better environmental decisions
January: New year, new environmental challenges