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  1. Willow Thickson
    28-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Willow Thickson
  2. Dr. Samantha Green
    27-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Samantha Green
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. The Charles H Ivey Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on The Charles H Ivey Foundation
  6. Sustainability Network
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Sustainability Network
  7. Tides Canada
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Tides Canada
  8. The McLean Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on The McLean Foundation
  9. LUSH
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on LUSH
  10. Catherine Donnelly Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Catherine Donnelly Foundation
  11. Fondation Écho/Echo Foundation
    22-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Fondation Écho/Echo Foundation
  12. Active Travel Toolkit
    20-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Active Travel Toolkit
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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.
  17. Tamara Brownstone
    22-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Tamara Brownstone
  18. Vera Krutzler
    22-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Vera Krutzler
  19. Kim Perrotta
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Kim Perrotta
  20. Dr. Cathy Vakil
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Cathy Vakil
  21. Dr. Éric Notebaert
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Éric Notebaert
  22. Dr. Warren Bell
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Warren Bell
  23. Alison Scott Butler
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Alison Scott Butler
  24. Dr. Courtney Howard
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Courtney Howard
  25. Dr. John Howard
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. John Howard
  26. Dr. Jean Zigby
    21-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Dr. Jean Zigby
  27. Government to weed out pesticides from foreign websites
    20-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Government to weed out pesticides from foreign websites
  28. Overwhelming evidence supports need for Canadian atrazine ban
    13-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Overwhelming evidence supports need for Canadian atrazine ban
  29. Renew your recurring donation
    9-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Renew your recurring donation
  30. Letter to Minister of Transport Marc Garneau re: Federal support for active and public transport
    30-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Letter to Minister of Transport Marc Garneau re: Federal support for active and public transport
  31. Letter to the Editor: Report Wrong
    28-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Letter to the Editor: Report Wrong
  32. 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
  33. Impact of climate change on human health
    23-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Impact of climate change on human health
  34. Coal phase out will lead to healthier Albertans: CAPE
    3-Dec-16 • Comments Off on Coal phase out will lead to healthier Albertans: CAPE
  35. Fracking tied to cancer-causing chemicals
    1-Dec-16 • Comments Off on Fracking tied to cancer-causing chemicals
  36. A good week for people — and the planet
    29-Nov-16 • Comments Off on A good week for people — and the planet
  37. The cost of phasing out coal to taxpayers
    28-Nov-16 • Comments Off on The cost of phasing out coal to taxpayers
  38. Province to pay to end coal-fired power
    27-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Province to pay to end coal-fired power
  39. CAPE happy with move to phase out coal-power
    26-Nov-16 • Comments Off on CAPE happy with move to phase out coal-power
  40. 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
  41. Calgary doctor has worked years against coal
    22-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Calgary doctor has worked years against coal
  42. 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
  43. Coal and health
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Coal and health
  44. McKenna Vipond on Coal
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on McKenna Vipond on Coal
  45. Coals plan from Ottawa mesh with Alberta
    21-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Coals plan from Ottawa mesh with Alberta
  46. 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
  47. 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
  48. Thousands gather to protest Trans Mountain pipeline
    19-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Thousands gather to protest Trans Mountain pipeline
  49. 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
  50. Survey says Manitobans favour pesticide ban
    15-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Survey says Manitobans favour pesticide ban
  51. 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
  52. Couler la sécurité dans le béton
    14-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Couler la sécurité dans le béton
  53. 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
  54. A Fifth Principle of Family Practice: Endorsement Form
    3-Nov-16 • Comments Off on A Fifth Principle of Family Practice: Endorsement Form
  55. Winter 2016-2017
    2-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Winter 2016-2017
  56. Dr. Conrad Sichler
    2-Nov-16 • Comments Off on Dr. Conrad Sichler
  57. Doctors call to phase out coal-fired electricity
    31-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Doctors call to phase out coal-fired electricity
  58. 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
  59. 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
  60. I support the Manitoba pesticide ban!
    19-Oct-16 • Comments Off on I support the Manitoba pesticide ban!
  61. Albertans support cosmetic pesticide ban: survey
    15-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Albertans support cosmetic pesticide ban: survey
  62. 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
  63. Many Albertans concerned about effect of pesticides
    11-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Many Albertans concerned about effect of pesticides
  64. 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
  65. Doctors disappointed by LNG approval – September 28, 2016
    28-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Doctors disappointed by LNG approval – September 28, 2016
  66. Children should have a space free of toxic pesticides
    22-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Children should have a space free of toxic pesticides
  67. Réglementation des pesticides: les engagements tardent
    19-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Réglementation des pesticides: les engagements tardent
  68. 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
  69. 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
  70. Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Bennett re: Pacific Northwest LNG
    13-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Letter to Ministers McKenna, Philpott, and Bennett re: Pacific Northwest LNG
  71. Green Health Care submission for the consideration of Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group on Adaptation and Climate Resilience
    12-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Green Health Care submission for the consideration of Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group on Adaptation and Climate Resilience
  72. Canada-Wide Coal Phase-Out – September 2, 2016
    6-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Canada-Wide Coal Phase-Out – September 2, 2016
  73. 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
  74. 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
  75. Manitobans warned too many kids exposed to pesticides
    3-Sep-16 • Comments Off on Manitobans warned too many kids exposed to pesticides
  76. 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
  77. 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
  78. BC gets ‘E’ grade for restrictions of cosmetic pesticides
    31-Aug-16 • Comments Off on BC gets ‘E’ grade for restrictions of cosmetic pesticides
  79. Docs back Manitoba pesticide ban
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Docs back Manitoba pesticide ban
  80. B.C. given ‘E’ grade for using cosmetic pesticides
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on B.C. given ‘E’ grade for using cosmetic pesticides
  81. 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
  82. 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
  83. Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from cosmetic pesticides used on lawns and gardens – August 30, 2016
    30-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from cosmetic pesticides used on lawns and gardens – August 30, 2016
  84. 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
  85. 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
  86. Pesticide Policy Report
    29-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Pesticide Policy Report
  87. Cosmetic Pesticide Bans Backgrounder
    29-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Cosmetic Pesticide Bans Backgrounder
  88. CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Factsheet (version française)
    18-Aug-16 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Factsheet (version française)
  89. Pesticides ban protects health
    3-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Pesticides ban protects health
  90. 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
  91. 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
  92. 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
  93. 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
  94. Association of Neighborhood Walkability With Change in Overweight, Obesity, and Diabetes (Creatore et al, JAMA 2016)
    16-Jun-16 • Comments Off on Association of Neighborhood Walkability With Change in Overweight, Obesity, and Diabetes (Creatore et al, JAMA 2016)
  95. 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
  96. 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
  97. Beyond Frozen Ground: Climate Change and Health
    30-May-16 • Comments Off on Beyond Frozen Ground: Climate Change and Health
  98. 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
  99. Global Health Statement on Coal Plants
    18-May-16 • Comments Off on Global Health Statement on Coal Plants
  100. 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
  101. Summer 2016
    5-May-16 • Comments Off on Summer 2016
  102. Dr. Kuldip Malhotra
    5-May-16 • Comments Off on Dr. Kuldip Malhotra
  103. Act now to prevent global flooding
    5-May-16 • Comments Off on Act now to prevent global flooding
  104. Let’s talk about coal, climate, and health
    30-Apr-16 • Comments Off on Let’s talk about coal, climate, and health
  105. Time to accelerate Alberta’s coal phase out?
    9-Apr-16 • Comments Off on Time to accelerate Alberta’s coal phase out?
  106. Letter to the Editor: Bigger than the Bees
    19-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Letter to the Editor: Bigger than the Bees
  107. Ryan Jespersen Show: Alberta to phase out coal
    18-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Ryan Jespersen Show: Alberta to phase out coal
  108. Dr. Jean Zigby
    8-Mar-16 • Comments Off on Dr. Jean Zigby
  109. 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
  110. 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
    3-Mar-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
  111. Phasing out coal throughout Canada
    16-Feb-16 • Comments Off on Phasing out coal throughout Canada
  112. Time to kick the coal habit, Canada
    11-Feb-16 • Comments Off on Time to kick the coal habit, Canada
  113. 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
  114. 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
  115. National health organization expresses concern about Cleary dismissal
    17-Dec-15 • Comments Off on National health organization expresses concern about Cleary dismissal
  116. 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
  117. 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
  118. 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
  119. Courtney Howard on doctors’ climate change letter to Trudeau
    5-Dec-15 • Comments Off on Courtney Howard on doctors’ climate change letter to Trudeau
  120. Open letter from Canadian physicians to Justin Trudeau
    30-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Open letter from Canadian physicians to Justin Trudeau
  121. The Nitty Gritty on Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out
    26-Nov-15 • Comments Off on The Nitty Gritty on Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out
  122. 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
  123. 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
  124. Coal phase-out equals improved health for Albertans
    9-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Coal phase-out equals improved health for Albertans
  125. 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
  126. 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
  127. Running Out of Nuclear Options
    4-Nov-15 • Comments Off on Running Out of Nuclear Options
  128. Winter 2015/2016
    26-Oct-15 • Comments Off on Winter 2015/2016
  129. 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
  130. 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
  131. Computer-generated video shows pollution spread across the Prairies
    8-Oct-15 • Comments Off on Computer-generated video shows pollution spread across the Prairies
  132. CAPE Backgrounder: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
    1-Oct-15 • Comments Off on CAPE Backgrounder: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
  133. CAPE Factsheet: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
    1-Oct-15 • Comments Off on CAPE Factsheet: Neonics, Honey Bees, and Food Security
  134. Can Alberta go coal-free by 2025?
    24-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Can Alberta go coal-free by 2025?
  135. 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
  136. 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
  137. Toronto Bicycle Music Festival – Sept. 13, 2015
    10-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Toronto Bicycle Music Festival – Sept. 13, 2015
  138. 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
  139. 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
  140. Coal Phase-Out Expert Visits Alberta – Sept. 8, 2015
    8-Sep-15 • Comments Off on Coal Phase-Out Expert Visits Alberta – Sept. 8, 2015
  141. 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
  142. Bruce Nilles Speaking Engagement – Sept. 8, 2015
    30-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Bruce Nilles Speaking Engagement – Sept. 8, 2015
  143. 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
  144. Canadian Medical Association Divesting Fossil Fuel Holdings
    26-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Canadian Medical Association Divesting Fossil Fuel Holdings
  145. Doctors call for divestment from fossil fuels
    24-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Doctors call for divestment from fossil fuels
  146. Backgrounder: Why we should accelerate the phase-out of Alberta’s coal plants
    17-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Backgrounder: Why we should accelerate the phase-out of Alberta’s coal plants
  147. 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
  148. 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
  149. Divestment for Health Handout
    30-Jul-15 • Comments Off on Divestment for Health Handout
  150. Effects of decreases of animal pollinators on human nutrition and global health: a modelling analysis (The Lancet, 2015)
    20-Jul-15 • Comments Off on Effects of decreases of animal pollinators on human nutrition and global health: a modelling analysis (The Lancet, 2015)
  151. 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
  152. 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
  153. Public Health 2015 – May 25-28, 2015
    25-May-15 • Comments Off on Public Health 2015 – May 25-28, 2015
  154. Summer 2015
    25-May-15 • Comments Off on Summer 2015
  155. Dr. John Howard & Dr. Nicole le Riche
    15-May-15 • Comments Off on Dr. John Howard & Dr. Nicole le Riche
  156. Quand l’environnement inquiète les professionnels de la santé
    18-Mar-15 • Comments Off on Quand l’environnement inquiète les professionnels de la santé
  157. Worldwide Integrated Assessment of the Impacts of Systemic Pesticides on Biodiversity and Ecosystems (Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015)
    24-Feb-15 • Comments Off on Worldwide Integrated Assessment of the Impacts of Systemic Pesticides on Biodiversity and Ecosystems (Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015)
  158. Power to Change: How Alberta can green its grid and embrace clean energy
    23-Feb-15 • Comments Off on Power to Change: How Alberta can green its grid and embrace clean energy
  159. World Uranium Symposium – April 14-16, 2015
    17-Feb-15 • Comments Off on World Uranium Symposium – April 14-16, 2015
  160. Evidence for Democracy
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Evidence for Democracy
  161. Upstream
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Upstream
  162. Fracking Action North
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Fracking Action North
  163. Ontario Nature
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Ontario Nature
  164. Alberta Coal Phase-Out
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Alberta Coal Phase-Out
  165. David Suzuki Foundation
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on David Suzuki Foundation
  166. Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
  167. Ontario Nurses for the Environment
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Ontario Nurses for the Environment
  168. Ecology Action Centre
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Ecology Action Centre
  169. Équiterre
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Équiterre
  170. Pembina Institute
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Pembina Institute
  171. The Asthma Society
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on The Asthma Society
  172. The Lung Association
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on The Lung Association
  173. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières
  174. Physicians for Global Survival
    14-Jan-15 • Comments Off on Physicians for Global Survival
  175. A coal-free grid within our grasp
    17-Dec-14 • Comments Off on A coal-free grid within our grasp
  176. Health Groups Launch “Solar-Powered” Anti-Coal Campaign – Dec. 11, 2014
    11-Dec-14 • Comments Off on Health Groups Launch “Solar-Powered” Anti-Coal Campaign – Dec. 11, 2014
  177. Solar Canada – Dec. 8 & 9, 2014
    2-Dec-14 • Comments Off on Solar Canada – Dec. 8 & 9, 2014
  178. New “Neonic” Policy Protects Bees and Food Supply: Doctors and Nurses – Nov. 25, 2014
    26-Nov-14 • Comments Off on New “Neonic” Policy Protects Bees and Food Supply: Doctors and Nurses – Nov. 25, 2014
  179. Doctors, Nurses Launch Campaign to Ban “Neonic” Pesticides – Nov. 17, 2014
    18-Nov-14 • Comments Off on Doctors, Nurses Launch Campaign to Ban “Neonic” Pesticides – Nov. 17, 2014
  180. Winter 2014/2015
    30-Oct-14 • Comments Off on Winter 2014/2015
  181. Wind Turbines and Health (BC Centre for Disease Control 2010)
    21-Oct-14 • Comments Off on Wind Turbines and Health (BC Centre for Disease Control 2010)
  182. Wind Power Realities Fact Sheet (Pembina Institute)
    21-Oct-14 • Comments Off on Wind Power Realities Fact Sheet (Pembina Institute)
  183. A Path to Sustainable Energy by 2030 – Jacobson & Delucchi (Scientific American 2009)
    21-Oct-14 • Comments Off on A Path to Sustainable Energy by 2030 – Jacobson & Delucchi (Scientific American 2009)
  184. Festival of Dangerous Ideas: Food for Thought – Nov. 15, 2014
    1-Oct-14 • Comments Off on Festival of Dangerous Ideas: Food for Thought – Nov. 15, 2014
  185. Dîner-échange sur l’impact des néonicotinoïdes – 6 novembre 2014
    1-Oct-14 • Comments Off on Dîner-échange sur l’impact des néonicotinoïdes – 6 novembre 2014
  186. Dr. Sadhana Prasad
    1-Oct-14 • Comments Off on Dr. Sadhana Prasad
  187. The End of an Epidemic: The Health Impacts of Climate Change – October 28, 2014
    27-Sep-14 • Comments Off on The End of an Epidemic: The Health Impacts of Climate Change – October 28, 2014
  188. Diesel Exhaust and Health (literature review)
    15-Sep-14 • Comments Off on Diesel Exhaust and Health (literature review)
  189. Phasing Out Coal in Alberta: A Healthy Decision – Sept. 29 & 30, 2014
    28-Aug-14 • Comments Off on Phasing Out Coal in Alberta: A Healthy Decision – Sept. 29 & 30, 2014
  190. Conclusions of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment on the risks of neonicotinoids and fipronil to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
    7-Aug-14 • Comments Off on Conclusions of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment on the risks of neonicotinoids and fipronil to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
  191. Albertacoalphaseout.ca
    6-Aug-14 • Comments Off on Albertacoalphaseout.ca
  192. CAPE Climate and Health Factsheet
    31-Jul-14 • Comments Off on CAPE Climate and Health Factsheet
  193. Neonicotinoid Pesticides
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Neonicotinoid Pesticides
  194. Impacts of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the U.S. — the first sixteen years (Environmental Sciences Europe, 2012)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Impacts of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the U.S. — the first sixteen years (Environmental Sciences Europe, 2012)
  195. Major Pesticides Are More Toxic to Human Cells Than Their Declared Active Principles (BioMed Research International, 2014)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Major Pesticides Are More Toxic to Human Cells Than Their Declared Active Principles (BioMed Research International, 2014)
  196. Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual- and colony-level traits in bees (Nature, 2012)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual- and colony-level traits in bees (Nature, 2012)
  197. Reduction in homing flights in the honey bee Apis mellifera after a sublethal dose of neonicotinoid insecticides (Bulletin of Insectology, 2013)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Reduction in homing flights in the honey bee Apis mellifera after a sublethal dose of neonicotinoid insecticides (Bulletin of Insectology, 2013)
  198. Bees & Pesticides: Commission goes ahead with plan to better protect bees
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  199. EFSA identifies risks to bees from neonicotinoids
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on EFSA identifies risks to bees from neonicotinoids
  200. HSBC report on ‘unburnable carbon’ (2013)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on HSBC report on ‘unburnable carbon’ (2013)
  201. Building a Carbon-Free Portfolio (Aperio Group, LLC, 2013)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Building a Carbon-Free Portfolio (Aperio Group, LLC, 2013)
  202. Dr. Angela LeGresley discusses the shale gas industry in New Brunswick (YouTube)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Dr. Angela LeGresley discusses the shale gas industry in New Brunswick (YouTube)
  203. Climate change will ‘lead to battles for food’, says head of World Bank (The Guardian)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Climate change will ‘lead to battles for food’, says head of World Bank (The Guardian)
  204. British Medical Association climate action and fossil fuel divestment motion (2014 ARM agenda)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on British Medical Association climate action and fossil fuel divestment motion (2014 ARM agenda)
  205. World Bank: Fighting Climate Change Would Boost Global Economy Up To $2.6 Trillion A Year (theenergycollective)
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on World Bank: Fighting Climate Change Would Boost Global Economy Up To $2.6 Trillion A Year (theenergycollective)
  206. Carbon Bubble Interactive
    30-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Carbon Bubble Interactive
  207. A Costly Diagnosis: Subsidizing coal power with Albertans’ health
    29-Jul-14 • Comments Off on A Costly Diagnosis: Subsidizing coal power with Albertans’ health
  208. Physicians, Public Policy, and Peace
    8-Jul-14 • Comments Off on Physicians, Public Policy, and Peace
  209. CAPE’s Position Statement on Fracking
    23-Jun-14 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Position Statement on Fracking
  210. Doctors, Unifor WREC Warn of Windsor Layoffs if Green Energy Cut following Election – June 6, 2014
    9-Jun-14 • Comments Off on Doctors, Unifor WREC Warn of Windsor Layoffs if Green Energy Cut following Election – June 6, 2014
  211. Dr. Joe Vipond
    15-May-14 • Comments Off on Dr. Joe Vipond
  212. Summer 2014
    15-May-14 • Comments Off on Summer 2014
  213. Pesticide Campaign First of its Kind in MB – Mar. 18, 2014
    18-Mar-14 • Comments Off on Pesticide Campaign First of its Kind in MB – Mar. 18, 2014
  214. All-Energy Canada Renewable Energy Conference – April 9 & 10, 2014
    12-Mar-14 • Comments Off on All-Energy Canada Renewable Energy Conference – April 9 & 10, 2014
  215. Fossil Free 2030
    11-Mar-14 • Comments Off on Fossil Free 2030
  216. CFP
    24-Feb-14 • Comments Off on CFP
  217. Alberta Coal Phase-Out
    27-Jan-14 • Comments Off on Alberta Coal Phase-Out
  218. CAPE Climate and Health Poster
    22-Jan-14 • Comments Off on CAPE Climate and Health Poster
  219. CAPE Climate and Health Flyer
    22-Jan-14 • Comments Off on CAPE Climate and Health Flyer
  220. Opposition Parties Demand Action on Coal – Jan. 16, 2014
    16-Jan-14 • Comments Off on Opposition Parties Demand Action on Coal – Jan. 16, 2014
  221. Canadian Organic Growers Conference – February 22, 2014
    13-Jan-14 • Comments Off on Canadian Organic Growers Conference – February 22, 2014
  222. Youth Arctic Coalition Breaking the Ice Conference – February 1 & 2, 2014
    9-Jan-14 • Comments Off on Youth Arctic Coalition Breaking the Ice Conference – February 1 & 2, 2014
  223. Alberta Coal Phase-Out Panel Discussion – January 16, 2014
    9-Jan-14 • Comments Off on Alberta Coal Phase-Out Panel Discussion – January 16, 2014
  224. Fracking up our water, hydro power and climate: BC’s reckless pursuit of shale gas
    11-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Fracking up our water, hydro power and climate: BC’s reckless pursuit of shale gas
  225. The Public Health Implications of Unconventional Gas Drilling
    11-Dec-13 • Comments Off on The Public Health Implications of Unconventional Gas Drilling
  226. Fracking, the Environment, and Health
    11-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Fracking, the Environment, and Health
  227. Identifying Health Concerns Relating to Oil & Gas Development in Northeastern BC
    11-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Identifying Health Concerns Relating to Oil & Gas Development in Northeastern BC
  228. Climate Change Poster (Seasonal – Christmas 2013) Version 2
    9-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Climate Change Poster (Seasonal – Christmas 2013) Version 2
  229. Climate Change Poster (Seasonal – Christmas 2013)
    9-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Climate Change Poster (Seasonal – Christmas 2013)
  230. Climate Change Flyer (Seasonal – Christmas 2013) Version 2
    9-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Climate Change Flyer (Seasonal – Christmas 2013) Version 2
  231. Climate Change Flyer (Seasonal – Christmas 2013)
    9-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Climate Change Flyer (Seasonal – Christmas 2013)
  232. Prevent Cancer Now
    1-Dec-13 • Comments Off on Prevent Cancer Now
  233. Reality Check: Air Pollution and the Tar Sands
    30-Nov-13 • Comments Off on Reality Check: Air Pollution and the Tar Sands
  234. Dr. Tomislav Svoboda
    7-Nov-13 • Comments Off on Dr. Tomislav Svoboda
  235. Miscellaneous Environmental Health Resources
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Miscellaneous Environmental Health Resources
  236. Energy and Climate Change
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Energy and Climate Change
  237. Fracking
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Fracking
  238. Pesticides
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Pesticides
  239. Active Transportation
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Active Transportation
  240. Green Health Care
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Green Health Care
  241. Organics
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Organics
  242. Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA)
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA)
  243. National Pesticide Information Center
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on National Pesticide Information Center
  244. Extoxnet – Pesticides: How they affect you and the environment
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Extoxnet – Pesticides: How they affect you and the environment
  245. Environmental Protection Agency
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Environmental Protection Agency
  246. The Canadian Public Health Association’s Climate Change and Health Project
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The Canadian Public Health Association’s Climate Change and Health Project
  247. Physicians for Social Responsibility
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Physicians for Social Responsibility
  248. Doctors for the Environment, Australia
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Doctors for the Environment, Australia
  249. Doha Declaration on Climate, Health, and Wellbeing
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Doha Declaration on Climate, Health, and Wellbeing
  250. Carbon Tracker Institute
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Carbon Tracker Institute
  251. Fossil Free Canada
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Fossil Free Canada
  252. C40 Cities – An urban renewal consortium for climate change adaptation
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on C40 Cities – An urban renewal consortium for climate change adaptation
  253. Harvard School of Public Health – Climate, Energy, and Health
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Harvard School of Public Health – Climate, Energy, and Health
  254. Pembina Institute – Oil Sands Division
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Pembina Institute – Oil Sands Division
  255. Dr. James Orbinski on the Health Impact of Climate Change
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Dr. James Orbinski on the Health Impact of Climate Change
  256. “Climate Code Green” – the impacts of climate change on human health (Doctors for the Environment, Australia)
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on “Climate Code Green” – the impacts of climate change on human health (Doctors for the Environment, Australia)
  257. Canadian Medical Association Position Statement on Climate Change
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Canadian Medical Association Position Statement on Climate Change
  258. International Energy Agency World Outlook 2013 Summary
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on International Energy Agency World Outlook 2013 Summary
  259. CAPE’s Position Statement on GMOs
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Position Statement on GMOs
  260. Organic Farming, Food Quality and Human Health: A review of the evidence – The Soil Association
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Organic Farming, Food Quality and Human Health: A review of the evidence – The Soil Association
  261. Organic Food and Farming: Myth and Reality – The Soil Association
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Organic Food and Farming: Myth and Reality – The Soil Association
  262. Canadian Organic Growers
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Canadian Organic Growers
  263. The Soil Association
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The Soil Association
  264. The Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care – a coalition, of which CAPE is a founding member, of groups committed to reducing the environmental and health impact of Canada’s health care system
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care – a coalition, of which CAPE is a founding member, of groups committed to reducing the environmental and health impact of Canada’s health care system
  265. Practice GreenHealth
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Practice GreenHealth
  266. Synergie Santé Environnement
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Synergie Santé Environnement
  267. Health Care Without Harm
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Health Care Without Harm
  268. Sustainable Hospitals Program
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Sustainable Hospitals Program
  269. Public Health Agency of Canada: What is active transportation?
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Public Health Agency of Canada: What is active transportation?
  270. The Health Effects Institute – an independent research organization that studies the health effects of air pollution
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The Health Effects Institute – an independent research organization that studies the health effects of air pollution
  271. Active & Safe Routes to School
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Active & Safe Routes to School
  272. International Walk to School Month
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on International Walk to School Month
  273. WALK Friendly Ontario
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on WALK Friendly Ontario
  274. Commuter Challenge
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Commuter Challenge
  275. Vélo Quebec – Transport Actif
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Vélo Quebec – Transport Actif
  276. Public Bike System – about the BIXI bike share system
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Public Bike System – about the BIXI bike share system
  277. Green Office Solutions for Physicians pamphlet
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Green Office Solutions for Physicians pamphlet
  278. The World Health Organization’s Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT) for Cycling and Walking
    30-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The World Health Organization’s Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT) for Cycling and Walking
  279. Closure of massive Lambton coal plant will improve human health and help fight climate change – Oct. 29, 2013
    29-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Closure of massive Lambton coal plant will improve human health and help fight climate change – Oct. 29, 2013
  280. Winter 2013/2014
    29-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Winter 2013/2014
  281. Greening your practice: Solutions for the Medical Office
    29-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Greening your practice: Solutions for the Medical Office
  282. Healthy Hospitals – Healthy Planet: How the health sector can reduce its climate footprint
    29-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Healthy Hospitals – Healthy Planet: How the health sector can reduce its climate footprint
  283. CAPE Hot Spots
    11-Oct-13 • Comments Off on CAPE Hot Spots
  284. The Health of Canada’s Children: A CICH Profile – 3rd Edition
    7-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The Health of Canada’s Children: A CICH Profile – 3rd Edition
  285. Quelques Idées Afin De Rendre Nos Centres De Santé Plus Sains
    6-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Quelques Idées Afin De Rendre Nos Centres De Santé Plus Sains
  286. CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Fact Sheet
    6-Oct-13 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Cardio-Commute Fact Sheet
  287. Environmental Standard Setting and Children’s Health
    6-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Environmental Standard Setting and Children’s Health
  288. Canadian Organic Growers (COG)
    5-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Canadian Organic Growers (COG)
  289. The Canadian College of Health Leaders
    5-Oct-13 • Comments Off on The Canadian College of Health Leaders
  290. BlackOutSpeakOut
    5-Oct-13 • Comments Off on BlackOutSpeakOut
  291. Greening Health Care
    5-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Greening Health Care
  292. Dr. Courtney Howard on oil sands health impact monitoring (Vancouver Observer)
    2-Oct-13 • Comments Off on Dr. Courtney Howard on oil sands health impact monitoring (Vancouver Observer)
  293. Climate change: How hot will it get in my lifetime? An interactive tool (The Guardian)
    28-Sep-13 • Comments Off on Climate change: How hot will it get in my lifetime? An interactive tool (The Guardian)
  294. Alberta’s unstoppable oil spill (Vancouver Observer)
    8-Sep-13 • Comments Off on Alberta’s unstoppable oil spill (Vancouver Observer)
  295. Nuclear waste burial in northern Saskatchewan (Prairies North magazine)
    30-Aug-13 • Comments Off on Nuclear waste burial in northern Saskatchewan (Prairies North magazine)
  296. Climate change timelapse animation, 1984 – 2012
    25-Aug-13 • Comments Off on Climate change timelapse animation, 1984 – 2012
  297. Health effects of chemicals used in fracking (Physicians for Social Responsibility)
    13-Aug-13 • Comments Off on Health effects of chemicals used in fracking (Physicians for Social Responsibility)
  298. An Introduction to Pesticides and Human Health
    11-Aug-13 • Comments Off on An Introduction to Pesticides and Human Health
  299. The fact that humans are having a discernible influence on climate change is now widely accepted
    11-Aug-13 • Comments Off on The fact that humans are having a discernible influence on climate change is now widely accepted
  300. Docs Talk
    11-Aug-13 • Comments Off on Docs Talk
  301. Doctors’ Critique of Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Study
    7-Aug-13 • Comments Off on Doctors’ Critique of Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Study
  302. Lac Megantic: Oil shipments by rail have increased 28,000 per cent since 2009 (Toronto Star)
    9-Jul-13 • Comments Off on Lac Megantic: Oil shipments by rail have increased 28,000 per cent since 2009 (Toronto Star)
  303. Over 30 million bees found dead in Elmwood, Canada (Collective Evolution)
    2-Jul-13 • Comments Off on Over 30 million bees found dead in Elmwood, Canada (Collective Evolution)
  304. An Evening with James Orbinski – July 11, 2013
    4-Jun-13 • Comments Off on An Evening with James Orbinski – July 11, 2013
  305. How the oil sands industry is distorting the Canadian economy (Globe and Mail)
    1-Jun-13 • Comments Off on How the oil sands industry is distorting the Canadian economy (Globe and Mail)
  306. Energy firms and climate change: Unburnable fuel (The Economist)
    5-May-13 • Comments Off on Energy firms and climate change: Unburnable fuel (The Economist)
  307. Summer 2013
    1-May-13 • Comments Off on Summer 2013
  308. Dr. Bradley J. Dibble
    29-Apr-13 • Comments Off on Dr. Bradley J. Dibble
  309. Doctors, Nurses Launch Campaign for BC Pesticide Ban – Mar. 4, 2013
    4-Mar-13 • Comments Off on Doctors, Nurses Launch Campaign for BC Pesticide Ban – Mar. 4, 2013
  310. Canadian Organic Growers Conference – February 16, 2013
    16-Feb-13 • Comments Off on Canadian Organic Growers Conference – February 16, 2013
  311. Ontario Leads World in Coal Closures, Doctors Say – Jan. 10, 2013
    10-Jan-13 • Comments Off on Ontario Leads World in Coal Closures, Doctors Say – Jan. 10, 2013
  312. Dr. Richard Denton Kick Starts Environmental Health Endowment
    6-Nov-12 • Comments Off on Dr. Richard Denton Kick Starts Environmental Health Endowment
  313. Winter 2013
    1-Nov-12 • Comments Off on Winter 2013
  314. Dr. Ian Simpson
    25-Oct-12 • Comments Off on Dr. Ian Simpson
  315. Nature and Health
    21-Oct-12 • Comments Off on Nature and Health
  316. Superweeds, Superpests: The legacy of pesticides (New York Times)
    6-Oct-12 • Comments Off on Superweeds, Superpests: The legacy of pesticides (New York Times)
  317. Open Letter to the Honourable Kevin Falcon
    30-Jul-12 • Comments Off on Open Letter to the Honourable Kevin Falcon
  318. Global warming’s terrifying new math (Bill McKibben in Rolling Stone)
    20-Jul-12 • Comments Off on Global warming’s terrifying new math (Bill McKibben in Rolling Stone)
  319. Dr. John Howard
    3-Jul-12 • 2 Comments
  320. Summer 2012
    1-May-12 • Comments Off on Summer 2012
  321. Letter From Canadian Scientists to Prime Minister Harper
    22-Apr-12 • Comments Off on Letter From Canadian Scientists to Prime Minister Harper
  322. First Time in BC: All-party support for provincial pesticide ban – Apr. 4, 2012
    4-Apr-12 • Comments Off on First Time in BC: All-party support for provincial pesticide ban – Apr. 4, 2012
  323. Valuing the health benefits of active transport modes (Genter et al., NZ Transport Agency 2011)
    31-Dec-11 • Comments Off on Valuing the health benefits of active transport modes (Genter et al., NZ Transport Agency 2011)
  324. Cindy Tuer
    30-Nov-11 • Comments Off on Cindy Tuer
  325. Dr. John Ascah MD, FRCP, MPH
    3-Nov-11 • 4 Comments
  326. Winter 2012
    1-Nov-11 • Comments Off on Winter 2012
  327. Improving health through policies that promote active travel: a review of evidence to support integrated health impact assessment. (de Nazelle et al., Environment International 2011)
    31-May-11 • Comments Off on Improving health through policies that promote active travel: a review of evidence to support integrated health impact assessment. (de Nazelle et al., Environment International 2011)
  328. Summer 2011
    11-Apr-11 • Comments Off on Summer 2011
  329. Éric Notebaert, MD
    2-Apr-11 • Comments Off on Éric Notebaert, MD
  330. Economic Value of Walkability (Litman, Victoria Transport Policy 2011)
    1-Feb-11 • Comments Off on Economic Value of Walkability (Litman, Victoria Transport Policy 2011)
  331. Urban Air Pollution and Climate Change as Environmental Risk Factors of Respiratory Allergy: An Update (D’Amato et al., J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol. 2010)
    31-Dec-10 • Comments Off on Urban Air Pollution and Climate Change as Environmental Risk Factors of Respiratory Allergy: An Update (D’Amato et al., J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol. 2010)
  332. Winter 2011
    11-Nov-10 • Comments Off on Winter 2011
  333. Do the health benefits of cycling outweigh the risks? (de Hartog et al., Environ Health Perspect. 2010)
    31-Aug-10 • Comments Off on Do the health benefits of cycling outweigh the risks? (de Hartog et al., Environ Health Perspect. 2010)
  334. CAPE’s Position Statement on Synthetic Pesticides
    11-Aug-10 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Position Statement on Synthetic Pesticides
  335. Summer 2010
    11-May-10 • Comments Off on Summer 2010
  336. Été 2010
    11-May-10 • Comments Off on Été 2010
  337. Childhood Obesity and the Built Environment: A Review of the Literature from 2008-2009 (Galves et al., Curr Opin Pediatr. 2010)
    30-Apr-10 • Comments Off on Childhood Obesity and the Built Environment: A Review of the Literature from 2008-2009 (Galves et al., Curr Opin Pediatr. 2010)
  338. Nurses, Doctors Release New Coal Death Statistics – Apr. 4, 2010
    20-Apr-10 • Comments Off on Nurses, Doctors Release New Coal Death Statistics – Apr. 4, 2010
  339. Organisational travel plans for improving health. (Hosking et al., Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2010)
    31-Mar-10 • Comments Off on Organisational travel plans for improving health. (Hosking et al., Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2010)
  340. Traffic-Related Air Pollution: A Critical Review of the Literature (Tager et al., Health Effects Institute 2010)
    31-Jan-10 • Comments Off on Traffic-Related Air Pollution: A Critical Review of the Literature (Tager et al., Health Effects Institute 2010)
  341. Infrastructure, programs, and policies to increase bicycling: an international review. (Pucher et al., Prev Med. 2010)
    31-Jan-10 • Comments Off on Infrastructure, programs, and policies to increase bicycling: an international review. (Pucher et al., Prev Med. 2010)
  342. Primary, secondary and tertiary effects of eco-climatic change: the medical response (Butler and Harley, Postgrad Med J 2010)
    13-Dec-09 • Comments Off on Primary, secondary and tertiary effects of eco-climatic change: the medical response (Butler and Harley, Postgrad Med J 2010)
  343. A national plan for physical activity: the enabling role of the built environment. (Frank and Kavage, J Phys Act Health 2009)
    30-Nov-09 • Comments Off on A national plan for physical activity: the enabling role of the built environment. (Frank and Kavage, J Phys Act Health 2009)
  344. Winter 2010
    11-Nov-09 • Comments Off on Winter 2010
  345. Joint Statement: Health groups support pesticide ban in Calgary
    30-Oct-09 • Comments Off on Joint Statement: Health groups support pesticide ban in Calgary
  346. Health Groups Support Cosmetic Pesticide Ban in Calgary
    26-Oct-09 • Comments Off on Health Groups Support Cosmetic Pesticide Ban in Calgary
  347. Who owns the roads? How motorised traffic discourages walking and bicycling (Jacobsen et al., Inj Prev 2009)
    19-Jun-09 • Comments Off on Who owns the roads? How motorised traffic discourages walking and bicycling (Jacobsen et al., Inj Prev 2009)
  348. Summer 2009
    11-May-09 • Comments Off on Summer 2009
  349. Human Health Implications of the Nuclear Energy Industry
    6-May-09 • Comments Off on Human Health Implications of the Nuclear Energy Industry
  350. Dr. Raquel Feroe FRCPC
    16-Apr-09 • Comments Off on Dr. Raquel Feroe FRCPC
  351. Alison Scott Butler QC
    16-Apr-09 • 763 Comments
  352. Creating active environments across the life course: “thinking outside the square”. (Giles-Corti and King, Br J Sports Med. 2009)
    28-Feb-09 • Comments Off on Creating active environments across the life course: “thinking outside the square”. (Giles-Corti and King, Br J Sports Med. 2009)
  353. Winter 2009
    11-Nov-08 • Comments Off on Winter 2009
  354. Children’s Active Commuting to School: Current Knowledge and Future Directions (Davison et al., Prev Chronic Dis. 2008)
    31-Jul-08 • Comments Off on Children’s Active Commuting to School: Current Knowledge and Future Directions (Davison et al., Prev Chronic Dis. 2008)
  355. Summer 2008
    11-May-08 • Comments Off on Summer 2008
  356. Doctors lead campaign to prohibit toxic lawn products – Ontario Pesticide Ban to be Strongest in North America – Apr 22, 2008
    30-Apr-08 • Comments Off on Doctors lead campaign to prohibit toxic lawn products – Ontario Pesticide Ban to be Strongest in North America – Apr 22, 2008
  357. Walking and primary prevention: a meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies. (Hamer and Chida, Br J Sports Med. 2008)
    30-Apr-08 • Comments Off on Walking and primary prevention: a meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies. (Hamer and Chida, Br J Sports Med. 2008)
  358. Top Health, Environment Leaders Urge World-Class Pesticide Ban – Jan. 15, 2008
    15-Jan-08 • Comments Off on Top Health, Environment Leaders Urge World-Class Pesticide Ban – Jan. 15, 2008
  359. Air pollution and allergens (Bartra et al., J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol. 2007)
    31-Dec-07 • Comments Off on Air pollution and allergens (Bartra et al., J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol. 2007)
  360. CAPE’s Position Statement on Active Transportation
    11-Aug-07 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Position Statement on Active Transportation
  361. Communities in Motion – A guide for making active transportation a priority in your community
    30-Jul-07 • Comments Off on Communities in Motion – A guide for making active transportation a priority in your community
  362. Environmental correlates of physical activity in youth – a review and update. (Ferreira et al., Obes Rev. 2007)
    31-Mar-07 • Comments Off on Environmental correlates of physical activity in youth – a review and update. (Ferreira et al., Obes Rev. 2007)
  363. IPCC Report Summary for Policymakers (2007)
    1-Jan-07 • Comments Off on IPCC Report Summary for Policymakers (2007)
  364. Doctors Reject Winnipeg Pesticide Spraying – July 11, 2006
    16-Jul-06 • Comments Off on Doctors Reject Winnipeg Pesticide Spraying – July 11, 2006
  365. The asthma and obesity epidemics: The role played by the built environment—a public health perspective. (Brisbon et al., J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2005)
    31-May-05 • Comments Off on The asthma and obesity epidemics: The role played by the built environment—a public health perspective. (Brisbon et al., J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2005)
  366. Obesity relationships with community design, physical activity, and time spent in cars. (Frank et al., Am J Prev Med. 2004)
    31-Aug-04 • Comments Off on Obesity relationships with community design, physical activity, and time spent in cars. (Frank et al., Am J Prev Med. 2004)
  367. Cosmetic Pesticides in Montreal
    16-Oct-02 • Comments Off on Cosmetic Pesticides in Montreal
  368. Canada’s National Report to the WSSD
    6-Oct-02 • Comments Off on Canada’s National Report to the WSSD
  369. Salmon Farming Moratorium
    17-Sep-02 • Comments Off on Salmon Farming Moratorium
  370. Cosmetic Pesticides in Vancouver
    11-Sep-02 • Comments Off on Cosmetic Pesticides in Vancouver
  371. Quebec Pesticide Code
    7-Jul-02 • Comments Off on Quebec Pesticide Code
  372. WSSD Health and Environment Theme Status Report
    24-Jun-02 • Comments Off on WSSD Health and Environment Theme Status Report
  373. A Safe ecosystem for children
    20-May-02 • Comments Off on A Safe ecosystem for children
  374. Sustaining Health and Environment in the Americas
    4-Mar-02 • Comments Off on Sustaining Health and Environment in the Americas
  375. Cosmetic pesticides in York Region – Pesticide reduction task force
    31-Jan-02 • Comments Off on Cosmetic pesticides in York Region – Pesticide reduction task force
  376. The Economic Benefits of Greening
    8-Jan-02 • Comments Off on The Economic Benefits of Greening
  377. CCA-treated wood
    10-Nov-01 • Comments Off on CCA-treated wood
  378. Hearings on contaminated communities
    15-Oct-01 • Comments Off on Hearings on contaminated communities
  379. Concern for the Sydney Tar Ponds
    17-Aug-01 • Comments Off on Concern for the Sydney Tar Ponds
  380. An environmentally sustainable health care system
    17-Apr-01 • Comments Off on An environmentally sustainable health care system
  381. Support for the international treaty on persistent organic pollutants
    13-Apr-01 • Comments Off on Support for the international treaty on persistent organic pollutants
  382. CAPE’s Critique of the Pest Control Products Act
    11-Apr-01 • Comments Off on CAPE’s Critique of the Pest Control Products Act
  383. Banning cosmetic pesticide use
    17-Mar-01 • Comments Off on Banning cosmetic pesticide use
  384. The Royal Society of Canada report on biotechnology
    17-Mar-01 • Comments Off on The Royal Society of Canada report on biotechnology
  385. Report on the “Health Care Without Harm” Workshop
    21-Oct-00 • Comments Off on Report on the “Health Care Without Harm” Workshop
  386. Children’s Environmental Health Project
    7-Oct-00 • Comments Off on Children’s Environmental Health Project
  387. Environmental Child Abuse
    24-Aug-00 • Comments Off on Environmental Child Abuse
  388. Liberals call for moratorium on cosmetic pesticides
    23-Aug-00 • Comments Off on Liberals call for moratorium on cosmetic pesticides
  389. An Introduction to Persistent Organic Pollutants
    11-Aug-00 • Comments Off on An Introduction to Persistent Organic Pollutants
  390. An Environment and Health Institute
    10-Jun-99 • Comments Off on An Environment and Health Institute
  391. Phthalates, lead and cadmium in consumer products
    8-Jun-99 • Comments Off on Phthalates, lead and cadmium in consumer products
  392. An Office of Consumer Affairs and Public Participation
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  393. Why Canadian Physicians are Concerned about the Policies Regulating Pesticide Use
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