Water fluoridation poses health risks for doubful benefit
The Cape Breton Post Adding fluoride to Nova Scotia's drinking water began in the '70s as the result of a provincial health Initiative for what we were told would prevent tooth decay.
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#1 Dec 5, 2008
Flouridation up again for debate Monday Dec 1 2008
Regional council members appear poised to bring the issue of fluoride in Halton's drinking water back into debate...
#2 Dec 6, 2008
Use of local resources should not be mandated in P3 contracts, panelists say
Wednesday Dec 3 | Journal of Commerce
Using local companies and labour should not be mandated in public-private partnerships,
some P3 stakeholders maintain...
The Annual Conference on Private-Public Partnerships is The Canadian
Council for Public-Private Partnerships' premier event. This year the
Conference and related events, which are taking place on November 26 and 27,
is hosting over 750 distinguished leaders, speakers and delegates from Canada
and around the globe,
including England, France, Republic Of Ireland, Uruguay,
Spain, Germany, Australia, Northern Ireland, Singapore, Israel, and the United
The theme of this year's conference is "Driving Performance in
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