Be part of history
Seven young climate leaders, backed by Ecojustice, are taking the Government of Ontario to court. You can help them demonstrate that their case is in the public interest.
Sophia, Zoe, Shaelyn, Shelby, Alex, Madison, and Beze — who brought this lawsuit on behalf of concerned Canadians like you — say that when the Ontario government weakened its climate targets it violated the constitutional right to life, liberty, and security of every person in Ontario.
Their hearing in September 2022 was the first in Canadian history to directly challenge a government’s climate record under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
No matter the outcome, this case will break new ground and could set a precedent for all future climate litigation in Canada.
Here’s how you can be a part of this historic case.
Review the statements of acknowledgement found to the right (on desktop) or below (on mobile).
If you agree, add your name to the record Ecojustice plans on submitting to the court record. You’re now a part of this case!
Wait for further updates from the Ecojustice team.
When you add your name to our record, you’ll be joining the list of people that care about this case and stand with Sophia, Zoe, Shaelyn, Shelby, Alex, Madison, and Beze. You’ll signal that you believe it is vital for the courts to weigh in on whether the Ontario government’s actions have violated the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Learn more about how this lawsuit has already made Canadian legal history, by visiting our case page about Mathur et. al. v. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario.