Water quality in Elk and Beaver Lakes has been seriously declining since at least the early 1980s. These lakes are enormously important to Victorians, with close to two million visitors to the regional park in a given year. The lakes >
Report researching legal options for providing better environmental protection of the islands and water off of Oak Bay while respecting First Nations land uses, cultural sites, rights and title. The area in question includes the triangle formed by Chatham/Discovery (Tl’ches) >
February 3, 2015 Victoria, BC – Until February 15, 2015, the Capital Regional District (CRD) is inviting public comments on the updating the CRD’s Regional Growth Strategy. Comments on the new Regional Sustainability Strategy (RSS) are accepted through an 18-page >
Information about the Capital Regional District’s Regional Sustainability Strategy (RSS) process and guidance on how to respond to the questions for public feedback.
Made on behalf of CoalWatch Comox Valley Society and supported by Fanny Bay Waterworks and Ships Point Improvement District, two water suppliers below the proposed Raven Underground Coal Project, this ELC request asks the Drinking Water Officer to issue an >
Seaweed Harvesting: A New Industry that Needs Better Regulation December 5, 2013 As global demand for seaweed expands, a new commercial seaweed harvesting industry is emerging on Vancouver Island. An ELC report by student Piet Brusse warns that this harvest >
February 18, 2013 The Environmental Law Clinic today asked Vancouver Island Health Authoritys Drinking Water Officer to issue a Hazard Prevention Order to address the risk to drinking water posed by the proposed Raven Underground Coal Project. Made on behalf >
Submission to the Information and Privacy Commissioner to investigate whether public bodies are following the laws intended to release information about risks to the environment and public health and safety. Prepared on behalf of the BC Freedom Information and Privacy Association (FIPA), >
This paper provides an assessment of Government’s ability to protect the Comox Valley should the proposed Raven Coal mine be approved.
November 17, 2010 Can we become the world’s most liveable community? The ELC, Sea-to-Sea Greenbelt Society and The Dogwood Initiative invite CRD residents to come November 23 to this informative night to hear about about a historic proposal to designate >