Herbicides to defoliate military training grounds left toxic contaminants. These were investigated on Canada's largest training grounds, at CFB Gagetown. PCN posted reports of the "Fact-Finding Project" in response to a query of the Government of Maine.
Global Glyphosate Study leukemia results show leukemia in early adulthood when leukemia is very rare. The results align, however, with increasing leukemia in U.S., ages 15-39, since early 1990s. The picture is painted in four studies.
Consultations close on July 14th, on the development of Canada's 2030 Biodiversity Strategy, to achieve promises made at the COP 15 held in Montreal last December. Canada's high and increasing use of pesticides must be reversed.
“In the dim light, there was a flash of gold. A Monarch chrysalis, attached to a horseradish leaf.”
Take a moment to experience the astonishing emergence of a Monarch butterfly from its chrysalis, in a series of photos by Meg Sears.
Citizens’ concerns about sustainable agriculture, healthy food, pesticide overuse, soil quality and climate change were ignored in the April announcement of a Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership.
Urge your MP to support sustainable agriculture using our mailing tool.
Progressive organic farmer Rick Clark’s day-long session at the 2023 Guelph Organic Conference is an example to inspire ambitious vision and goals for Canada’s Sustainable Agriculture Strategy.
Courts in Canada and the US have ruled in favour of groups challenging glyphosate risk assessments. Concerns over possible industry influence are heightened with falsification re. nHL in final US ATSDR report on glyphosate.