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Ottawa, May 6, 2016 - The fire in Fort McMurray is a tragedy that no person or community should have to endure. All Canadians should be doing what they can to make sure those affected have the resources and support they need in these hard times. This is not a time for blame. It is time to stand together and make sure the people are safe and well cared for.
Communiqué - 6 mai 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change
Prime Minister Being Aggressively Lobbied By Oil Interests   May 3, 2016, Toronto – Environmental groups across Canada say Prime Minister Trudeau’s promise of a fair and credible pipeline review process is being undermined by his party’s pro-pipeline public statements rather than waiting to be informed by the pipeline review process. Groups and concerned...
Communiqué - 3 mai 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Energy East, Public interventions
Montréal, April 22nd 2016 - « Today marks a huge victory for the four groups who sought an injunction against TransCanada to force the company to submit its project before Quebec’s environmental protection legislation » stated representatives from Centre québécois du droit de l'environnement, Nature Québec, Fondation Coule pas chez Nous...
Communiqué - 22 avril 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change
From Lei Chen Zhen, student and Équiterre volunteer
Actualité - 1 avril 2016 - Tag : Climate change, COP21, GHG, Public interventions
Ottawa, March 22nd, 2016 - Équiterre is satisfied with the first budget of the Trudeau government, tabled today by Minister Bill Morneau. Équiterre estimates that over $4 billion will be invested in 2016-17 in public transit, combatting climate change, electrification of transport and clean water in Canadian municipalities and First Nations communities.
Communiqué - 22 mars 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change
On February 18, Équiterre, the Quebec Environmental Law Centre (CQDE), Coule pas chez nous foundation and Nature Québec filed a motion with the Superior Court in Montreal for a declaratory judgment against TransCanada to subject the Energy East pipeline project to the procedure required under Quebec law.
Actualité - 1 mars 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Climate change
Montreal, February 25, 2016 - From February 27 to March 18, the Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD) and Équiterre are presenting The True Cost of Oil exhibit by international artist Garth Lenz.
Communiqué - 25 février 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change, Tar sands
It’s impossible to meet Canada’s Paris climate commitment using ‘business as usual’ evaluation
Équiterre will be participating, once again, in Montreal’s Nuit Blanche on Saturday, February 27. Visit the Centre for Sustainable Development and plunge into a red-hot atmosphere reflecting the impact of climate change. There’ll be a one-of-a-kind, really fun photo booth featuring symbols of Canada and Quebec threatened by climate change, tar sands and pipelines....
« COP 21 historic agreement » has already proved a success as demonstrated by these few actions taken to fight climate change early this year. In January 2016 only, three great victories to which we are proud to have contributed have made the headlines: 
Actualité - 1 février 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Fight against climate change, Organization