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This report, written for the Victoria Fire Fighters Association, is about improving flame retardant regulations in Canada.
View PDF from Environmental Law Centre, University of Victoria


This Report Card assesses the BC government’s progress on human rights and gender equality between December 2018 and early April 2020. It explores access to justice; economic security; gender-based violence; health; ...
View PDF from West Coast LEAF


This timeline was developed to show how colonial laws related to mining in BC have evolved –or stayed the same– across 160 years of history.
View PDF from Environmental Law Centre, University of Victoria


This report presents a set of recommendations for reform of BC's mining laws and better regulation of the mining industry.
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This report documents federal government actions that subsidize the fossil fuel industry and enable greenhouse gas emissions.
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This report Report prepared for the World Wildlife Fund Canada provides law reform recommendations for protecting forage fish populations and Southern Resident orcas.
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Report prepared for the Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable (CRWR) to support their work developing standards for the Northwest Burke area.
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This report prepared for the Okanagan Basin Water Board examines ow watershed management entities are enabled, the source of their powers and funding, and the legal mechanisms that actually make them happen.
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Report prepared for Kids for a Plastic Free Canada providing law reform recommendations to regulate single-use plastics in British Columbia.
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This report prepared for the British Columbia Sustainable Energy Association provides an overview of British Columbia’s municipal jurisdiction to achieve 100% renewable energy commitments.
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