Dear friends and Supporters of the Edmonton Chapter of the Council of Canadians, This has been a busy year for the Edmonton Chapter of the Council of Canadians – in…Keep reading
Neonicotinoid pesticides, arguably called “bee killers” are scientifically understood as a problematic class of pesticides. The European Union, in recognition of mounting evidence of their danger, banned 3 neonic formulations…Keep reading
Urging City Hall to Challenge Questionable Pesticide Practises and Stand Up to Troubling Federal Pesticide Regulatory Lapses
The City of Edmonton Community and Public Services Committee met this past Wednesday, June 26 to discuss the recently released updated Integrated Pest Management (IPM) policy. The Committee accepted the…Keep reading
Facts about Chlorpyrifos: By Sheryl McCumsey, Coordinator for Pesticide Free Canada and Pesticide Free Edmonton Chlorpyrifos is a potent and persistent neurotoxic pesticide that inhibits proper nerve function. (It kills insects…Keep reading
Is City Council Prepared to Challenge Questionable Pesticide Practises and Stand Up To Troubling Federal Pesticide Regulatory Lapses?
On Wednesday, June 26, the Edmonton Public Services Committee is scheduled to respond to the pending Integrated Pest Management (IPM) review and policy update. It is disconcerting that little more than…Keep reading
The Edmonton Chapter of the Council of Canadians urges all Albertans to show their support for proposed new and upgraded protection for the Bighorn Country, the primary source of the…Keep reading
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