About the Ecojustice Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Ottawa
The Ecojustice Environmental Clinic at the University of Ottawa is the world’s first interdisciplinary public interest environmental law clinic. A partnership between Ecojustice, Canada’s only national environmental law charity, and the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa, the clinic provides an empowering learning environment where students earn course credits as they assist Ecojustice lawyers and scientists in providing strategic advice and pro bono legal counsel to groups across the country.
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About the Environmental Hansard
Designed by the Ecojustice Environmental Clinic at the University of Ottawa, the Environmental Hansard is an easy-to-use collection of all House of Commons discussions and debates about Canada’s environment.
With entries searchable by date, Member of Parliament, topic or text content, the Environmental Hansard makes Parliamentary debate accessible and transparent to the Canadian public, researchers and environmental community. The website is non-partisan and a valuable tool for anyone interested in sustainability and the environment.
The Environmental Hansard is maintained by law students at the University of Ottawa and updated weekly.
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With offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Ottawa, Ecojustice is building the case for a better earth.
Ecojustice lawyers and scientists provide legal services free-of-charge to citizens, communities and organizations on the frontlines of the environmental movement, helping ensure equitable access to environmental justice nationwide. Ecojustice’s work sets legal precedents and strengthens laws that protect people and the planet.