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Michelle Adelman

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Ontario already loses 71 hectares of farmland to urban purposes every day – the PCs' Bill 66 will open up one of the last vestiges of small-scale agriculture in the province to development Read more

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Glyphosate is the most used herbicide in human history – since the arrival of genetically modified crops in the 1990s its use has exploded 15-fold Read more

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An accident at Pickering could poison Lake Ontario and downstream communities as far away as Montreal, yet a provincial study promised in 2013 to look at the risks has yet to materialize Read more

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Of all of the waves Trump is making over renegotiation of the trade deal, ending the investor-state dispute settlement mechanism is one issue environmentalists can agree on Read more

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In 2010, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency accused Jones of selling a sheep with scrapie disease. Now, her future is still in limbo Read more

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Today’s industrial bakers turn flour into ready-to-eat loaves in as little as three hours, with the help of a long list of additives to slice baking times Read more

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Fired former Health Canada scientist is back battling to keep artificial growth hormones out of our milk Read more

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The FDA says the world's first genetically modified food animal is, but several American grocery chains have vowed not to stock the engineered fish Read more

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Ontario Power Generation eyes Great Lakes for underground nuclear waste dump Read more

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Mining sins in poor countries are likely to get worse under Trans-Pacific Partnership Read more

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Ontario's nuclear regulator is seeking an unprecedented 13-year licence to keep pumping out nuclear power, but what's good for the nuke industry may not be good for residents living within the impact zone of a severe accident Read more

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If Canada’s experience with trade rule violations under NAFTA is any clue, TPP just increased our vulnerability to claims from foreign-owned companies Read more

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The muzzling of government scientists isn't stopping the questions about GMO safety Read more

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Once thought safe enough to drink, the most popular weed killer on earth is increasingly difficult to avoid - and critics charge it's contributing to chronic illnesses Read more

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