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Ontario government action on bee and pollinator protection applauded by Friends of the Earth

Published Mon, 23 Mar 2015 15:06:40 EST Read More

Premier Wynne and Ministers of Environment and Agriculture cited as North American leaders (March 23, 2015, Ottawa, ON) Today, following extensive public consultation, Ontario tabled a Regulation to permanently reduce 80 percent of the bee-harmful neonicotinoid (neonic) pesticides used on corn and soy seed by 2017. This announcement makes Ontario the first North A...... Click here to read this release



Last 60 Days

Eco-triller novel launches with national Protect the Pollinators tour

Published Mon, 16 Mar 2015 11:54:26 EST Read More

“A futuristic, sci-fi thriller with a constant kernel of hope. No small feat!” Elizabeth May, Leader, Green Party of Canada Canada’s solar-powered publisher, Simpatico Song & Script, is pleased to announce the launch of a new eco-thriller novel, “The Kepler Code”, and co-sponsorship of a national “Protect the Pollinators” campa...... Click here to read this release



Testimony at Senate shows fish farm industry held the pen on writing Canadian Fisheries Act changes

Published Thu, 12 Mar 2015 14:08:59 EST Read More

(Sointula, BC, March 12, 2015) Alexandra Morton a biologist who has studied the impact of industrial open net salmon farming and become a vocal opponent of the industry in British Columbia, stated she was very "encouraged that the senators realize that aquaculture lobbyists were author...... Click here to read this release



Chemical giant Bayer loses libel action to muzzle bee protectors

Published Thu, 12 Mar 2015 12:36:40 EST Read More

(Ottawa, ON, March 12, 2015) German chemical giant Bayer has failed in its attempt to muzzle Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND) over the environmental group's claims that thiacloprid, a pesticide manufactured by Bayer, harms bees. Thiacloprid is one of a group of insecticides called neonicotinoids (“neonics”) which work by interfering with insects' nervous systems. In February, Bay...... Click here to read this release



Oil spills in Northern Ontario should be a wakeup call

Published Tue, 10 Mar 2015 16:26:19 EST Read More

A statement from Grand Chief Lawrence Martin March 10, 2015 We have reached a turning point when it comes to looking after the environment in Northern Ontario. There are numerous examples of how things are changing, but here are three...... Click here to read this release



Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association urges home owners to monitor their heating system during extreme weather conditions and check for safety sake

Published Mon, 2 Mar 2015 11:14:45 EST Read More

(Lindsey, ON, March 1, 2015) This year's winter storms have created conditions that could lead to loss of heat for your home. The Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA) is advising homeowners to check outdoor home oil heat tanks to prevent damage that could occur from snow and icicles accumulating on roofs and eavestroughs. Snow and ice falling from roofs can snap lines...... Click here to read this release



Time to talk about improving home comfort and affordability, says insulation association

Published Thu, 26 Feb 2015 13:08:47 EST Read More

(February 26, 2015, Ottawa ON) To coincide with Talk Energy Week 2015, NAIMA Canada has released three videos to increase energy efficiency awareness among homeowners. The videos, featuring Executive Director Jay Nordenstrom, inform Canadians about the value insulation adds to a home or building, while reduc...... Click here to read this release



Canadian Oil Heat Association urges home owners to remember their heating system during extreme weather conditions and check for safety sake

Published Thu, 26 Feb 2015 13:02:48 EST Read More

(Halifax, NS, February 26, 2015) This year's excessive winter storms have created potential hazards that could lead to loss of heat for your home. The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA) is advising homeowners to check their outdoor home oil heat tanks to prevent damage that could occur from falling snow and icicles accumulating on roofs and eavestroughs. A build...... Click here to read this release



Canadian Oil Heat Association urges home owners to remember their heating system during extreme weather conditions and check for safety sake

Published Thu, 26 Feb 2015 12:56:32 EST Read More

(Moncton, NB, February 26, 2015) This year's excessive winter storms have created potential hazards that could lead to loss of heat for your home. The New Brunswick Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA) is advising homeowners to check their outdoor home oil heat tanks to prevent damage that could occur from falling snow and icicles accumulating on roofs and eavestroughs. A bui...... Click here to read this release



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