We urge the government to embrace these areas in a revised CEPA and ensure that the departments are resourced sufficiently to ensure that they are able to get the job done. We are firm in our resolve that the time for action is now.
The committee made 87 recommendations to amend CEPA, and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has promised a formal response to the committee’s report in the coming weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Last June, the House Standing Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development completed its review of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA
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