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Bisphenol A (or BPA) is a widely used toxic chemical in plastics and food cans. It is linked to hormone related cancers such as…
Canada needs a national strategy to fight plastic pollution and build a zero-waste future.
Despite glyphosate’s links to cancer, Health Canada re-registered the pesticide for another 15 years. Stronger laws are needed to protect us from harmful toxics.
Every day, Canadians are exposed to many chemicals suspected of having harmful impacts on human health. Our reports show that Canadians are being exposed…
Premier Ford has found another way to allow sprawl developers to pave over our farmland, forests and watersheds.
The oil and gas industry wants a rubberstamp for projects that could pollute our air, land and water.
Styrofoam is toxic, tough to recycle, and there are plenty of alternatives. Tell Canada you want to a national styrofoam ban.
Tell the Alberta government that oil & gas compaines must be held repsonsible for cleaning up the environmental mess they make.
Health Canada is proposing to continue to allow the use of atrazine, a harmful pesticide widely used to kill weeds in corn and sorghum…
The chemical triclosan is present in most antibacterial products. But it’s a known hormone-disruptor, which can affect thyroid function and is linked to liver…
Stop more plastic pollution ending up in the Great Lakes by asking the Ontario Government for a deposit on plastic bottles.
Every year runoff pollution causes harmful algae to grow out of control in Lake Erie. Tell Ontario to take action.
First step towards climate action: stop giving hundreds of millions in federal subsidies to oil and gas companies.
No climate polluting projects should be exempt from federal environmental review.
BPA continues to be in the linings of many food cans in our grocery stores. We need a ban on this hormone-disrupting chemical immediately.
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Learn the benefits of growing smarter and how you can contribute to greener, healthier communities.
Canada passed our first ever emissions regulations for the oil and gas sector – let’s make sure it sticks!