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  1. Dr. Larry Barzelai
    20-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Larry Barzelai
  2. Environmental and health groups applaud proposed overhaul of Canada’s toxics law – June 15, 2017
    20-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Environmental and health groups applaud proposed overhaul of Canada’s toxics law – June 15, 2017
  3. Dalle-parc Turcot : La mobilité durable restera un concept creux si le Gouvernement n’offre pas les infrastructures adéquates – 12 juin 2017
    13-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Dalle-parc Turcot : La mobilité durable restera un concept creux si le Gouvernement n’offre pas les infrastructures adéquates – 12 juin 2017
  4. A battle of weeds is growing in Calgary: Dandelions or herbicides
    8-Jun-17 • Comments Off on A battle of weeds is growing in Calgary: Dandelions or herbicides
  5. Submission to City of Calgary re: Response and Recommendations concerning Pesticide Toxicity Report (June 2017)
    7-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Submission to City of Calgary re: Response and Recommendations concerning Pesticide Toxicity Report (June 2017)
  6. Using Health to Win Policies that Protect People and the Planet – Kim Perrotta (April 2017)
    5-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Using Health to Win Policies that Protect People and the Planet – Kim Perrotta (April 2017)
  7. Statement in Support of a National Cycling Strategy (June 2017)
    5-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Statement in Support of a National Cycling Strategy (June 2017)
  8. Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Duncan re: Response to Consultation on the proposed regulatory approach to prohibit asbestos and products containing asbestos (June 2017)
    5-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Duncan re: Response to Consultation on the proposed regulatory approach to prohibit asbestos and products containing asbestos (June 2017)
  9. Removal of pesticide ban poses health risks to children
    5-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Removal of pesticide ban poses health risks to children
  10. Document d’information: Le transport en commun et le transport actif nécessitent le soutien de la communauté
    1-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Document d’information: Le transport en commun et le transport actif nécessitent le soutien de la communauté
  11. Document d’information: Transport en commun, transport actif et santé publique
    1-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Document d’information: Transport en commun, transport actif et santé publique
  12. Climate Action Network Canada Reacts to Trump’s Decision on Paris – June 1, 2017
    1-Jun-17 • Comments Off on Climate Action Network Canada Reacts to Trump’s Decision on Paris – June 1, 2017
  13. A National Cycling Strategy: A Triple Win for Public Health – Kim Perrotta (June 1, 2017)
    31-May-17 • Comments Off on A National Cycling Strategy: A Triple Win for Public Health – Kim Perrotta (June 1, 2017)
  14. McKenna and Philpott battle toothpaste toxins in comic book
    31-May-17 • Comments Off on McKenna and Philpott battle toothpaste toxins in comic book
  15. Cosmetic Pesticides – Provincial & Municipal Laws – Lessons Learned & Best Practices – Kim Perrotta (May 16, 2017)
    30-May-17 • Comments Off on Cosmetic Pesticides – Provincial & Municipal Laws – Lessons Learned & Best Practices – Kim Perrotta (May 16, 2017)
  16. Toronto’s Pesticide Bylaw – Carol Mee (May 16, 2017)
    30-May-17 • Comments Off on Toronto’s Pesticide Bylaw – Carol Mee (May 16, 2017)
  17. Reviewing the Evidence on Pesticides Exposure, Health and Ecological Impacts – Loren Vanderlinden (May 16, 2017)
    30-May-17 • Comments Off on Reviewing the Evidence on Pesticides Exposure, Health and Ecological Impacts – Loren Vanderlinden (May 16, 2017)
  18. Letter to Hon. Jane Philpott re: Timeline for the PMRA’s second Special Review on Atrazine (May 2017)
    29-May-17 • Comments Off on Letter to Hon. Jane Philpott re: Timeline for the PMRA’s second Special Review on Atrazine (May 2017)
  19. Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Bennett re: Integration of Health Impact Assessments into Federal Environmental Assessment Processes (May 2017)
    18-May-17 • Comments Off on Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Bennett re: Integration of Health Impact Assessments into Federal Environmental Assessment Processes (May 2017)
  20. Summer 2017
    15-May-17 • Comments Off on Summer 2017
  21. Sustaining What Matters
    15-May-17 • Comments Off on Sustaining What Matters
  22. Opinion: Fracking is bad health policy
    26-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Opinion: Fracking is bad health policy
  23. ‘Everything we enjoy, it’s all from science:’ Calgarians join worldwide March for Science
    24-Apr-17 • Comments Off on ‘Everything we enjoy, it’s all from science:’ Calgarians join worldwide March for Science
  24. Doctors Celebrate TransAlta Announcement re: Coal Closures – April 20, 2017
    20-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Doctors Celebrate TransAlta Announcement re: Coal Closures – April 20, 2017
  25. Nearly a third of food samples in CFIA testing contain glyphosate residues
    18-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Nearly a third of food samples in CFIA testing contain glyphosate residues
  26. E-News Spring 2017
    17-Apr-17 • Comments Off on E-News Spring 2017
  27. Submission to PMRA re: Proposed Cumulative Risk Assessment Framework (April 2017)
    14-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Submission to PMRA re: Proposed Cumulative Risk Assessment Framework (April 2017)
  28. Dr. Courtney Howard on Fracking and Health
    13-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Courtney Howard on Fracking and Health
  29. Tool kit helps Canadian doctors promote active travel
    8-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Tool kit helps Canadian doctors promote active travel
  30. Scotiabank and CFPC: time for a frank talk
    1-Apr-17 • Comments Off on Scotiabank and CFPC: time for a frank talk
  31. Joe Vipond
    29-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Joe Vipond
  32. Willow Thickson
    28-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Willow Thickson
  33. Dr. Samantha Green
    27-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Samantha Green
  34. Why construction of B.C.’s Site C dam should be scrapped
    26-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Why construction of B.C.’s Site C dam should be scrapped
  35. Don’t be misled by incomplete facts about effects of coal burning on air quality and health
    24-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Don’t be misled by incomplete facts about effects of coal burning on air quality and health
  36. The Charles H Ivey Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on The Charles H Ivey Foundation
  37. Sustainability Network
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Sustainability Network
  38. Tides Canada
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Tides Canada
  39. The McLean Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on The McLean Foundation
  40. LUSH
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on LUSH
  41. Catherine Donnelly Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Catherine Donnelly Foundation
  42. Fondation Écho/Echo Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Fondation Écho/Echo Foundation
  43. Active Travel Toolkit
    20-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Active Travel Toolkit
  44. Doctors Prescribing Active Travel for Patients and Communities – March 20, 2017
    20-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Doctors Prescribing Active Travel for Patients and Communities – March 20, 2017
  45. Despite gains, Toronto’s air pollution still causing serious health problems
    13-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Despite gains, Toronto’s air pollution still causing serious health problems
  46. Connecting the dots on the human health impacts of coal power
    7-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Connecting the dots on the human health impacts of coal power
  47. The Kinder Morgan Pipeline: An unhealthy choice for B.C.
    6-Mar-17 • Comments Off on The Kinder Morgan Pipeline: An unhealthy choice for B.C.
  48. Tamara Brownstone
    22-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Tamara Brownstone
  49. Vera Krutzler
    22-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Vera Krutzler
  50. Kim Perrotta
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Kim Perrotta
  51. Dr. Cathy Vakil
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Cathy Vakil
  52. Dr. Éric Notebaert
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Éric Notebaert
  53. Dr. Warren Bell
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Warren Bell
  54. Alison Scott Butler
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Alison Scott Butler
  55. Dr. Courtney Howard
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Courtney Howard
  56. Dr. John Howard
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. John Howard
  57. Dr. Jean Zigby
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Jean Zigby
  58. Government to weed out pesticides from foreign websites
    20-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Government to weed out pesticides from foreign websites
  59. Overwhelming evidence supports need for Canadian atrazine ban
    13-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Overwhelming evidence supports need for Canadian atrazine ban
  60. Renew your recurring donation
    9-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Renew your recurring donation
  61. Letter to Minister of Transport Marc Garneau re: Federal support for active and public transport (January 2017)
    30-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Letter to Minister of Transport Marc Garneau re: Federal support for active and public transport (January 2017)
  62. Letter to the Editor: Report Wrong
    28-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Letter to the Editor: Report Wrong
  63. Canada Still Won’t Ban Unsafe Triclosan From Your Family Products
    27-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Canada Still Won’t Ban Unsafe Triclosan From Your Family Products
  64. Impact of climate change on human health
    23-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Impact of climate change on human health
  65. Coal phase out will lead to healthier Albertans: CAPE
    3-Dec-16 • Comments Off on Coal phase out will lead to healthier Albertans: CAPE
  66. E-News Winter 2016
    2-Dec-16 • Comments Off on E-News Winter 2016
  67. Fracking tied to cancer-causing chemicals
    1-Dec-16 • Comments Off on Fracking tied to cancer-causing chemicals
  68. A good week for people — and the planet
    29-Nov-16 • Comments Off on A good week for people — and the planet
  69. The cost of phasing out coal to taxpayers
    28-Nov-16 • Comments Off on The cost of phasing out coal to taxpayers
  70. Province to pay to end coal-fired power
    27-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Province to pay to end coal-fired power
  71. CAPE happy with move to phase out coal-power
    26-Nov-16 • Comments Off on CAPE happy with move to phase out coal-power
  72. Phasing out coal could prevent over 1,000 premature deaths, says report
    22-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Phasing out coal could prevent over 1,000 premature deaths, says report
  73. Calgary doctor has worked years against coal
    22-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Calgary doctor has worked years against coal
  74. Phase out of coal powered electricity big win for Canadian health: Calgary doctor
    22-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Phase out of coal powered electricity big win for Canadian health: Calgary doctor
  75. Coal and health
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Coal and health
  76. McKenna Vipond on Coal
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on McKenna Vipond on Coal
  77. Coals plan from Ottawa mesh with Alberta
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Coals plan from Ottawa mesh with Alberta
  78. Health Factsheet: Out with the coal, in with the new
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Health Factsheet: Out with the coal, in with the new
  79. Coal-fired power worsening health and climate nation-wide – November 21, 2016
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Coal-fired power worsening health and climate nation-wide – November 21, 2016
  80. Thousands gather to protest Trans Mountain pipeline
    19-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Thousands gather to protest Trans Mountain pipeline
  81. Leading environmental and health organizations call on the federal government to phase-out coal in advance of the first ministers meeting – November 16, 2016
    16-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Leading environmental and health organizations call on the federal government to phase-out coal in advance of the first ministers meeting – November 16, 2016
  82. Survey says Manitobans favour pesticide ban
    15-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Survey says Manitobans favour pesticide ban
  83. Plus d’espace réclamé pour les cyclistes et les piétons
    14-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Plus d’espace réclamé pour les cyclistes et les piétons
  84. Couler la sécurité dans le béton
    14-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Couler la sécurité dans le béton
  85. When Coal Companies Fund Public Health Research: The Case of TransAlta and the University of Alberta
    8-Nov-16 • Comments Off on When Coal Companies Fund Public Health Research: The Case of TransAlta and the University of Alberta
  86. A Fifth Principle of Family Practice: Endorsement Form
    3-Nov-16 • Comments Off on A Fifth Principle of Family Practice: Endorsement Form
  87. Winter 2016/2017
    2-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Winter 2016/2017
  88. Dr. Conrad Sichler
    2-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Dr. Conrad Sichler
  89. Doctors call to phase out coal-fired electricity
    31-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Doctors call to phase out coal-fired electricity
  90. A price is right: The health case for a price on pollution
    30-Oct-16 • Comments Off on A price is right: The health case for a price on pollution
  91. It’s time to clear the air on Canada’s coal-fired electricity
    28-Oct-16 • Comments Off on It’s time to clear the air on Canada’s coal-fired electricity
  92. Albertans support cosmetic pesticide ban: survey
    15-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Albertans support cosmetic pesticide ban: survey
  93. Two thirds of Albertans believe lawn and garden pesticides threaten their children and pets – October 11, 2016
    11-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Two thirds of Albertans believe lawn and garden pesticides threaten their children and pets – October 11, 2016
  94. Many Albertans concerned about effect of pesticides
    11-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Many Albertans concerned about effect of pesticides
  95. Poll finds support for phase out of lawn and garden chemicals
    11-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Poll finds support for phase out of lawn and garden chemicals
  96. Doctors disappointed by LNG approval – September 28, 2016
    28-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Doctors disappointed by LNG approval – September 28, 2016
  97. Children should have a space free of toxic pesticides
    22-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Children should have a space free of toxic pesticides
  98. Réglementation des pesticides: les engagements tardent
    19-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Réglementation des pesticides: les engagements tardent
  99. Accelerated coal phase-out would save Albertan lives – September 14, 2016
    14-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Accelerated coal phase-out would save Albertan lives – September 14, 2016
  100. Reject Pacific Northwest LNG Project until Health Impact Assessment is conducted! – September 13, 2016
    13-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Reject Pacific Northwest LNG Project until Health Impact Assessment is conducted! – September 13, 2016
  101. Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Bennett re: Pacific Northwest LNG (September 2016)
    13-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Bennett re: Pacific Northwest LNG (September 2016)
  102. E-News Fall 2016
    9-Sep-16 • Comments Off on E-News Fall 2016
  103. Canada-Wide Coal Phase-Out – September 2, 2016
    6-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Canada-Wide Coal Phase-Out – September 2, 2016
  104. Call for more comprehensive ban on sale of pesticides renewed
    6-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Call for more comprehensive ban on sale of pesticides renewed
  105. Opinion: B.C.’s climate plan is a public health failure
    5-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Opinion: B.C.’s climate plan is a public health failure
  106. Manitobans warned too many kids exposed to pesticides
    3-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Manitobans warned too many kids exposed to pesticides
  107. Environmental group urges Ontario to stop letting golfing facilities use cosmetic pesticides
    2-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Environmental group urges Ontario to stop letting golfing facilities use cosmetic pesticides
  108. Doctor’s group gives B.C. a failing grade for not banning cosmetic pesticides for lawns
    31-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Doctor’s group gives B.C. a failing grade for not banning cosmetic pesticides for lawns
  109. BC gets ‘E’ grade for restrictions of cosmetic pesticides
    31-Aug-16 • Comments Off on BC gets ‘E’ grade for restrictions of cosmetic pesticides
  110. Docs back Manitoba pesticide ban
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Docs back Manitoba pesticide ban
  111. B.C. given ‘E’ grade for using cosmetic pesticides
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on B.C. given ‘E’ grade for using cosmetic pesticides
  112. Sommaire exécutif : Pesticides utilisés à des fins esthétiques : politiques provinciales et règlements municipaux – Leçons tirées et meilleures pratiques
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Sommaire exécutif : Pesticides utilisés à des fins esthétiques : politiques provinciales et règlements municipaux – Leçons tirées et meilleures pratiques
  113. Selon des médecins : trop d’enfants canadiens ne sont pas adéquatement protégés contre les pesticides – 30 août 2016
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Selon des médecins : trop d’enfants canadiens ne sont pas adéquatement protégés contre les pesticides – 30 août 2016
  114. Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from pesticides used on lawns and gardens – August 30, 2016
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from pesticides used on lawns and gardens – August 30, 2016
  115. Quebec: Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from cosmetic pesticides – August 30, 2016
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Quebec: Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from cosmetic pesticides – August 30, 2016
  116. Pesticide Policy Report
    29-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Pesticide Policy Report
  117. Cosmetic Pesticide Bans Backgrounder
    29-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Cosmetic Pesticide Bans Backgrounder
  118. Green Health Care submission for the consideration of Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group on Adaptation and Climate Resilience (August 2016)
    18-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Green Health Care submission for the consideration of Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group on Adaptation and Climate Resilience (August 2016)
  119. CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Factsheet (version française)
    18-Aug-16 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Factsheet (version française)
  120. Pesticides ban protects health
    3-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Pesticides ban protects health
  121. Is your lawn green enough? Manitoba asks for feedback on year-old cosmetic pesticides ban
    22-Jul-16 • Comments Off on Is your lawn green enough? Manitoba asks for feedback on year-old cosmetic pesticides ban
  122. Mine d’or à ciel ouvert à Malartic: Médecins et professionnels de la santé publique recommandent une zone tampon – July 12, 2016
    13-Jul-16 • Comments Off on Mine d’or à ciel ouvert à Malartic: Médecins et professionnels de la santé publique recommandent une zone tampon – July 12, 2016
  123. Malartic – L’ombre de la mine: Bruit, poussière, et vibrations
    12-Jul-16 • Comments Off on Malartic – L’ombre de la mine: Bruit, poussière, et vibrations
  124. Clearing the air on climate change: Acting now could save lives around the world
    8-Jul-16 • Comments Off on Clearing the air on climate change: Acting now could save lives around the world
  125. Canada’s Physicians Want to See the End of Coal-Fired Power Plants
    16-Jun-16 • Comments Off on Canada’s Physicians Want to See the End of Coal-Fired Power Plants
  126. Health organizations call for phase-out of Canada’s coal plants – June 14, 2016
    13-Jun-16 • Comments Off on Health organizations call for phase-out of Canada’s coal plants – June 14, 2016
  127. Beyond Frozen Ground: Climate Change and Health
    30-May-16 • Comments Off on Beyond Frozen Ground: Climate Change and Health
  128. Opinion: Phase out of coal-fired power plants belongs on G7 health agenda
    24-May-16 • Comments Off on Opinion: Phase out of coal-fired power plants belongs on G7 health agenda
  129. Global Health Statement on Coal Plants (May 2016)
    18-May-16 • Comments Off on Global Health Statement on Coal Plants (May 2016)
  130. Health professionals around the world call for end of coal power – May 18, 2016
    17-May-16 • Comments Off on Health professionals around the world call for end of coal power – May 18, 2016
  131. E-News Summer 2016
    10-May-16 • Comments Off on E-News Summer 2016
  132. Summer 2016
    5-May-16 • Comments Off on Summer 2016
  133. Dr. Kuldip Malhotra
    5-May-16 • Comments Off on Dr. Kuldip Malhotra
  134. Act now to prevent global flooding
    5-May-16 • Comments Off on Act now to prevent global flooding
  135. Let’s talk about coal, climate, and health
    30-Apr-16 • Comments Off on Let’s talk about coal, climate, and health
  136. Time to accelerate Alberta’s coal phase out?
    9-Apr-16 • Comments Off on Time to accelerate Alberta’s coal phase out?
  137. Letter to the Editor: Bigger than the Bees
    19-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Letter to the Editor: Bigger than the Bees
  138. Ryan Jespersen Show: Alberta to phase out coal
    18-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Ryan Jespersen Show: Alberta to phase out coal
  139. Submission to PMRA re: Notice of Intent Regarding Conditional Registrations under the Pest Control Products Regulations (March 2016)
    18-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Submission to PMRA re: Notice of Intent Regarding Conditional Registrations under the Pest Control Products Regulations (March 2016)
  140. Dr. Jean Zigby
    8-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Dr. Jean Zigby
  141. Canada’s climate plan can improve human health both at home and abroad
    4-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Canada’s climate plan can improve human health both at home and abroad
  142. Letter to OMAFRA re: Ontario’s Draft Pollinator Health Action Plan (March 2016)
    1-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Letter to OMAFRA re: Ontario’s Draft Pollinator Health Action Plan (March 2016)
  143. Phasing out coal throughout Canada
    16-Feb-16 • Comments Off on Phasing out coal throughout Canada
  144. Time to kick the coal habit, Canada
    11-Feb-16 • Comments Off on Time to kick the coal habit, Canada
  145. Coal is a global health risk and Saskatchewan should stop using it to generate electricity
    8-Feb-16 • Comments Off on Coal is a global health risk and Saskatchewan should stop using it to generate electricity
  146. Federal Agency Failing to Protect Canadians from Pesticides – Jan 27, 2016
    28-Jan-16 • Comments Off on Federal Agency Failing to Protect Canadians from Pesticides – Jan 27, 2016
  147. Mémoire présenté à l’Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal – Une approche gagnante afin de réduire les gaz à effet de serre et d’améliorer la santé et la qualité de vie des Montréalais (janvier 2016)
    14-Jan-16 • Comments Off on Mémoire présenté à l’Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal – Une approche gagnante afin de réduire les gaz à effet de serre et d’améliorer la santé et la qualité de vie des Montréalais (janvier 2016)
  148. National health organization expresses concern about Cleary dismissal
    17-Dec-15 • Comments Off on National health organization expresses concern about Cleary dismissal
  149. CAPE’s Response to the Termination of NB CMOH Dr Eilish Cleary – Dec 15, 2015
    15-Dec-15 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Response to the Termination of NB CMOH Dr Eilish Cleary – Dec 15, 2015
  150. CAPE’s Response to the Termination of NB CMOH Dr Eilish Cleary
    15-Dec-15 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Response to the Termination of NB CMOH Dr Eilish Cleary
  151. Canadian Health Professionals Applaud Paris Climate Change Agreement – Dec 14, 2015
    14-Dec-15 • Comments Off on Canadian Health Professionals Applaud Paris Climate Change Agreement – Dec 14, 2015
  152. Courtney Howard on doctors’ climate change letter to Trudeau
    5-Dec-15 • Comments Off on Courtney Howard on doctors’ climate change letter to Trudeau
  153. Open letter from Canadian physicians to Justin Trudeau
    30-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Open letter from Canadian physicians to Justin Trudeau
  154. The Nitty Gritty on Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out
    26-Nov-15 • Comments Off on The Nitty Gritty on Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out
  155. Alberta Doctors Praise Province’s Decision To Phase Out Coal
    23-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Alberta Doctors Praise Province’s Decision To Phase Out Coal
  156. Phasing out coal will save millions in health costs, doctors say
    23-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Phasing out coal will save millions in health costs, doctors say
  157. Coal phase-out equals improved health for Albertans
    9-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Coal phase-out equals improved health for Albertans
  158. Groups call for earlier phase out of coal-fired power to improve public health
    9-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Groups call for earlier phase out of coal-fired power to improve public health
  159. Canada’s dirty air: how pollution is hurting our health
    5-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Canada’s dirty air: how pollution is hurting our health
  160. Running Out of Nuclear Options
    4-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Running Out of Nuclear Options
  161. Winter 2015/2016
    26-Oct-15 • Comments Off on Winter 2015/2016
  162. Doctors unite for Day of Global Climate Action – Oct 13 2015
    13-Oct-15 • Comments Off on Doctors unite for Day of Global Climate Action – Oct 13 2015
  163. Modelling results illustrate the impact of coal plants in Alberta – Oct. 8, 2015
    8-Oct-15 • Comments Off on Modelling results illustrate the impact of coal plants in Alberta – Oct. 8, 2015
  164. Computer-generated video shows pollution spread across the Prairies
    8-Oct-15 • Comments Off on Computer-generated video shows pollution spread across the Prairies
  165. CAPE Backgrounder: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
    1-Oct-15 • Comments Off on CAPE Backgrounder: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
  166. CAPE Factsheet: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
    1-Oct-15 • Comments Off on CAPE Factsheet: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
  167. Can Alberta go coal-free by 2025?
    24-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Can Alberta go coal-free by 2025?
  168. Coal Plant Phase-Out Produced Health Benefits for Ontario – Sept. 21, 2015
    21-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Coal Plant Phase-Out Produced Health Benefits for Ontario – Sept. 21, 2015
  169. CAPE reacts to alarming air levels reported in Alberta’s new Environment and Parks report on air quality – Sept. 9, 2015
    16-Sep-15 • Comments Off on CAPE reacts to alarming air levels reported in Alberta’s new Environment and Parks report on air quality – Sept. 9, 2015
  170. Toronto Bicycle Music Festival – Sept. 13, 2015
    10-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Toronto Bicycle Music Festival – Sept. 13, 2015
  171. Province could target coal-fired power plants for early closure, says environment minister
    9-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Province could target coal-fired power plants for early closure, says environment minister
  172. Alberta on track to have worst air quality in Canada
    9-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Alberta on track to have worst air quality in Canada
  173. Coal Phase-Out Expert Visits Alberta – Sept. 8, 2015
    8-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Coal Phase-Out Expert Visits Alberta – Sept. 8, 2015
  174. Phasing out coal could happen, says Sierra Club rep who will speak at Alberta climate summit
    7-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Phasing out coal could happen, says Sierra Club rep who will speak at Alberta climate summit
  175. Bruce Nilles Speaking Engagement – Sept. 8, 2015
    30-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Bruce Nilles Speaking Engagement – Sept. 8, 2015
  176. Canadian Medical Association Votes to Divest from Fossil Fuels – Aug. 26, 2015
    26-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Canadian Medical Association Votes to Divest from Fossil Fuels – Aug. 26, 2015
  177. Canadian Medical Association Divesting Fossil Fuel Holdings
    26-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Canadian Medical Association Divesting Fossil Fuel Holdings
  178. Doctors call for divestment from fossil fuels
    24-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Doctors call for divestment from fossil fuels
  179. Press Backgrounder: Why we should accelerate the phase-out of Alberta’s coal plants
    17-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Press Backgrounder: Why we should accelerate the phase-out of Alberta’s coal plants
  180. Alberta’s Climate Change Plan Should Give Top Priority to Accelerated Coal Phase-Out – Aug. 14, 2015
    17-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Alberta’s Climate Change Plan Should Give Top Priority to Accelerated Coal Phase-Out – Aug. 14, 2015
  181. Press Backgrounder: Accelerating Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out – Aug. 14, 2015
    17-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Press Backgrounder: Accelerating Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out – Aug. 14, 2015
  182. Divestment for Health Handout
    30-Jul-15 • Comments Off on Divestment for Health Handout
  183. CAEP 2015: Lighting the Way – May 30 – June 3, 2015
    25-May-15 • Comments Off on CAEP 2015: Lighting the Way – May 30 – June 3, 2015
  184. Conference on Neonic Pesticides with Two Experts – May 29th, 2015
    25-May-15 • Comments Off on Conference on Neonic Pesticides with Two Experts – May 29th, 2015
  185. Public Health 2015 – May 25-28, 2015
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  186. Summer 2015
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  187. Dr. John Howard & Dr. Nicole le Riche
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  188. Quand l’environnement inquiète les professionnels de la santé
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  189. Power to Change: How Alberta can green its grid and embrace clean energy
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  190. World Uranium Symposium – April 14-16, 2015
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  191. A coal-free grid within our grasp
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  192. Health Groups Launch “Solar-Powered” Anti-Coal Campaign – Dec. 11, 2014
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  193. Solar Canada – Dec. 8 & 9, 2014
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  194. New “Neonic” Policy Protects Bees and Food Supply: Doctors and Nurses – Nov. 25, 2014
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  195. Doctors, Nurses Launch Campaign to Ban “Neonic” Pesticides – Nov. 17, 2014
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  196. Winter 2014/2015
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  197. Wind Turbines and Health (BC Centre for Disease Control 2010)
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  198. Wind Power Realities Fact Sheet (Pembina Institute)
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  199. A Path to Sustainable Energy by 2030 – Jacobson & Delucchi (Scientific American 2009)
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  200. Festival of Dangerous Ideas: Food for Thought – Nov. 15, 2014
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  201. Dîner-échange sur l’impact des néonicotinoïdes – 6 novembre 2014
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  202. Dr. Sadhana Prasad
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  203. The End of an Epidemic: The Health Impacts of Climate Change – October 28, 2014
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  204. Diesel Exhaust and Health (literature review)
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  205. Phasing Out Coal in Alberta: A Healthy Decision – Sept. 29 & 30, 2014
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  206. Albertacoalphaseout.ca
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  207. CAPE Climate and Health Factsheet
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  208. HSBC report on ‘unburnable carbon’ (2013)
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  209. Building a Carbon-Free Portfolio (Aperio Group, LLC, 2013)
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  210. World Bank: Fighting Climate Change Would Boost Global Economy Up To $2.6 Trillion A Year (theenergycollective)
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  211. A Costly Diagnosis: Subsidizing coal power with Albertans’ health
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  212. Physicians, Public Policy, and Peace
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  213. CAPE’s Position Statement on Fracking
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  214. Doctors, Unifor WREC Warn of Windsor Layoffs if Green Energy Cut following Election – June 6, 2014
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  215. Dr. Joe Vipond
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  216. Summer 2014
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  217. Pesticide Campaign First of its Kind in MB – Mar. 18, 2014
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  218. All-Energy Canada Renewable Energy Conference – April 9 & 10, 2014
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  219. CFP
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  220. Alberta Coal Phase-Out
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  221. CAPE Climate and Health Poster
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  222. CAPE Climate and Health Flyer
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  223. Opposition Parties Demand Action on Coal – Jan. 16, 2014
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  224. Canadian Organic Growers Conference – February 22, 2014
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  225. Youth Arctic Coalition Breaking the Ice Conference – February 1 & 2, 2014
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  226. Alberta Coal Phase-Out Panel Discussion – January 16, 2014
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  227. Fracking up our water, hydro power and climate: BC’s reckless pursuit of shale gas
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  228. The Public Health Implications of Unconventional Gas Drilling
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  229. Fracking, the Environment, and Health
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  230. Identifying Health Concerns Relating to Oil & Gas Development in Northeastern BC
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  231. Climate Change Poster (Seasonal – Christmas 2013) Version 2
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  232. Climate Change Poster (Seasonal – Christmas 2013)
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  233. Climate Change Flyer (Seasonal – Christmas 2013) Version 2
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  234. Climate Change Flyer (Seasonal – Christmas 2013)
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  235. Reality Check: Air Pollution and the Tar Sands
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  236. Dr. Tomislav Svoboda
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  237. Miscellaneous Environmental Health Resources
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  238. Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA)
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  239. National Pesticide Information Center
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  240. Extoxnet – Pesticides: How they affect you and the environment
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  241. Environmental Protection Agency
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  242. The Canadian Public Health Association’s Climate Change and Health Project
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  243. Physicians for Social Responsibility
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  244. Doctors for the Environment Australia
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  245. Doha Declaration on Climate, Health, and Wellbeing
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  246. Carbon Tracker Institute
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  247. Fossil Free Canada
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  248. C40 Cities – An urban renewal consortium for climate change adaptation
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  249. Harvard School of Public Health – Climate, Energy, and Health
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  250. Pembina Institute – Oil Sands Division
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  251. Dr. James Orbinski on the Health Impact of Climate Change
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  252. “Climate Code Green” – the impacts of climate change on human health (Doctors for the Environment, Australia)
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  253. Canadian Medical Association Position Statement on Climate Change
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  254. CAPE’s Position Statement on GMOs
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  255. Organic Farming, Food Quality and Human Health: A review of the evidence – The Soil Association
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  256. Organic Food and Farming: Myth and Reality – The Soil Association
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  257. Canadian Organic Growers
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  258. The Soil Association
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  259. Practice GreenHealth
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  260. Synergie Santé Environnement
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  261. Health Care Without Harm
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  262. Sustainable Hospitals Program
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  263. Green Office Solutions for Physicians pamphlet
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  264. Closure of massive Lambton coal plant will improve human health and help fight climate change – Oct. 29, 2013
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  265. Winter 2013/2014
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  266. Greening your practice: Solutions for the Medical Office
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  267. Healthy Hospitals – Healthy Planet: How the health sector can reduce its climate footprint
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  268. The Health of Canada’s Children: A CICH Profile – 3rd Edition
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  269. Quelques Idées Afin De Rendre Nos Centres De Santé Plus Sains
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  270. CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Factsheet
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  271. Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care
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  272. Dr. Courtney Howard on oil sands health impact monitoring
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  273. Climate change: How hot will it get in my lifetime? An interactive tool (The Guardian)
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  274. Climate change timelapse animation, 1984 – 2012
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  275. Health effects of chemicals used in fracking (Physicians for Social Responsibility)
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  276. An Introduction to Pesticides and Human Health
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  277. Doctors’ Critique of Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Study
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  278. An Evening with James Orbinski – July 11, 2013
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  279. Summer 2013
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  280. Dr. Bradley J. Dibble
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  281. Doctors, Nurses Launch Campaign for BC Pesticide Ban – Mar. 4, 2013
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  282. Canadian Organic Growers Conference – February 16, 2013
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  283. Ontario Leads World in Coal Closures, Doctors Say – Jan. 10, 2013
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  284. Dr. Richard Denton
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  285. Winter 2013
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  286. Dr. Ian Simpson
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  287. Letter to the Honourable Kevin Falcon re: Expanding B.C. carbon tax (July 2012)
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  288. Global warming’s terrifying new math (Bill McKibben in Rolling Stone)
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  289. Dr. Angela LeGresley discusses the shale gas industry in New Brunswick (YouTube)
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  290. Dr. John Howard
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  291. Summer 2012
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  292. Letter From Canadian Scientists to Prime Minister Harper
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  293. First Time in BC: All-party support for provincial pesticide ban – Apr. 4, 2012
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  294. Cindy Tuer
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  295. Dr. John Ascah MD, FRCP, MPH
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  296. Winter 2012
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  297. Summer 2011
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  298. Éric Notebaert, MD
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  299. Winter 2011
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  300. CAPE’s Position Statement on Synthetic Pesticides
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  301. Summer 2010
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  302. Été 2010
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  303. Nurses, Doctors Release New Coal Death Statistics – Apr. 4, 2010
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  304. Winter 2010
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  305. Joint Statement: Health groups support pesticide ban in Calgary – October 2009
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  306. Summer 2009
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  307. Human Health Implications of the Nuclear Energy Industry
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  308. Dr. Raquel Feroe FRCPC
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  309. Alison Scott Butler QC
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  310. Winter 2009
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  311. Summer 2008
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  312. Doctors lead campaign to prohibit toxic lawn products – Ontario Pesticide Ban to be Strongest in North America – Apr 22, 2008
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  313. Top Health, Environment Leaders Urge World-Class Pesticide Ban – Jan. 15, 2008
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  314. CAPE’s Position Statement on Active Transportation
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  315. IPCC AR4 WG1 Summary for Policymakers (2007)
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  316. Doctors Reject Winnipeg Pesticide Spraying – July 11, 2006
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  317. Cosmetic Pesticides in Montreal (October 2002)
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  318. Canada’s National Report to the WSSD (October 2002)
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  319. Salmon Farming Moratorium (September 2002)
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  320. Cosmetic Pesticides in Vancouver (September 2002)
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  321. Quebec Pesticide Code (July 2002)
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  322. WSSD Health and Environment Theme Status Report (June 2002)
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  323. A Safe Ecosystem for Children (May 2002)
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  324. Sustaining Health and Environment in the Americas (March 2002)
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  325. Cosmetic pesticides in York Region – Pesticide reduction task force (January 2002)
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  326. The Economic Benefits of Greening (January 2002)
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  327. CCA-treated wood (November 2001)
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  328. Hearings on contaminated communities (October 2001)
    15-Oct-01 • Comments Off on Hearings on contaminated communities (October 2001)
  329. Concern for the Sydney Tar Ponds (April 2001)
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  330. CAPE’s Critique of the Pest Control Products Act (April 2001)
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  331. An environmentally sustainable health care system (April 2001)
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  332. Support for the international treaty on persistent organic pollutants (April 2001)
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  333. Banning cosmetic pesticide use (March 2001)
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  334. The Royal Society of Canada report on biotechnology (March 2001)
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  335. “Health Care Without Harm” Workshop – Oct. 21, 2000
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  336. Children’s Environmental Health Project
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  337. We’re Allowing Environmental Child Abuse
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  338. Liberals call for moratorium on cosmetic pesticides (August 2000)
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  339. An Introduction to Persistent Organic Pollutants
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  340. Environmental Standard Setting and Children’s Health (May 2000)
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  341. An Environment and Health Institute (June 1999)
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  342. Phthalates, lead and cadmium in consumer products (June 1999)
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  343. An Office of Consumer Affairs and Public Participation (May 1999)
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  344. Why Canadian Physicians are Concerned about the Policies Regulating Pesticide Use (August 1997)
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