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Ban ‘neonic’ pesticides. Our food supplies are at risk PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Tuesday, 19 September 2017 18:40


Dr. Jean-Marc Bonmatin is vice-chair of the international Task Force on Systemic Pesticides as(TFSP) and a research scientist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research

The science of pesticide development and regulation is complex, so let's put things simply: Human beings rely on food to survive. Much of that food comes from insect-pollinated plants. Modern agriculture relies on pesticides to grow that food.

Last Updated on Monday, 25 September 2017 22:52
Study links fish farms to spread of antibiotic resistance JOHN MCPHEE THE CHRONICLE HERALD Published September 3, 2017 - 4:09pm Last Updated September 4, 2017 - 7:02am PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Wednesday, 06 September 2017 23:01



September 4 2017

A fish farm worker inspects a salmon for sea lice. (THE CHRONICLE HERALD / File)  

A fish farm worker inspects a salmon for sea lice. (THE CHRONICLE HERALD / File) 

New research that finds a possible link between fish farms and the spread of antibiotic resistance doesn’t surprise marine biologist Inka Milewski.

“Anytime you have animals grown in very concentrated conditions in these intensive livestock operations, whether it’s pigs or chickens, or in this case, fish, you’re going to have the potential for disease problems,” Milewski said in an interview Sunday from her home in the Miramichi in New Brunswick.

“The solution to a lot of these problems is to put antibiotics into the feed. And so it should come as no surprise to anyone that they have found antibiotic resistance associated with fish farms.”

The study released last week by Jing Wang of Dalian University of Technology in China concluded that genes for antibiotic resistance are getting into ocean sediments through fish food.

Millions of tonnes of fishmeal are used in fish farms every year, much of it sinking uneaten to the ocean floor, a news release on the study said.

Last Updated on Friday, 08 September 2017 19:07
PC leader Patrick Brown promotes pill pressing machine ban PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Wednesday, 23 August 2017 09:35

Says in the wrong hands, pill pressing machines fuel the opioid crisis

CBC News Posted: Aug 22, 2017 5:39 PM ET



Ontario's Liberal government could stop the opioid crisis "in its tracks" by taking simple steps like banning private pill pressing machines, according to Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 August 2017 12:25
Action on Geoengineering PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Sue Hiscocks   
Thursday, 17 August 2017 12:02


The recent release of the documentary "Frankenskies" shows the effects of geoengineering on our weather, environment and health. It adds another dimension and critical factor in climate change.  Nano-particles of aluminum, barium and strontium regularly sprayed to seed clouds are only part of the problem.  They cause respiratory illness, increase alzheimer's* likely, pollute water and land and accelerate forest fires burning intensity.

This documentary (one and a half hrs.long) traces the sources, delivery and parties profiting from this globally and can be seen online and should be mandatory viewing for both decision-makers and the public.

According to Elana Freeland, author of "Chemtrails, HAARP and the Full Spectrum Dominance of Planet Earth" Geo-engineering and environmental warfare are prohibited by the ENMOD Convention at the UN in 1994".The underlying objective appears to be 'Whoever controls the weather, controls the world'.

We are all affected by this illegal activity.  A moratorium on geo-engineering and inquiry into it is warranted now.

*Dr. Russell Blaylock: "Chemtrails, Nano-aluminumm, and Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Effects" - Epoch Times article Nov. 2012.


Last Updated on Thursday, 17 August 2017 12:07
Rachel Notley's Pipeline Throwdown Will Never Win Over B.C. PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Tuesday, 01 August 2017 20:31

by Chris Genovali - Huffington post 

The Alberta premier's audacious guarantee seems intemperate at best.

"Mark my words, that pipeline will be built," vows Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.

With multiple lawsuits before the courts, including one by Raincoast Conservation Foundation, and an anti-Trans Mountain provincial government taking power in British Columbia, Notley's audacious guarantee seems intemperate at best. However, if Notley's intention was to harden opposition in B.C. to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion, she certainly accomplished that. Notley's inflammatory "mark my words" throwdown, coupled with her hectoring and lecturing that Kinder Morgan's oil sands pipeline and supertanker mega-project is in the best interests of British Columbians, will never win hearts or minds in B.C.

What Notley clearly does not understand is that many British Columbians consider the Salish Sea and its Southern Resident killer whales as priceless and irreplaceable; a worth immeasurable in monetary terms.

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 August 2017 00:51
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