Why should pesticide ban be different than smoking ban?
Throughout the years, I have provided councillors with a great deal of literature from credible professionals, which included several individuals, agencies and medical groups.Full Story
#1 Jun 25, 2012
Cigarettes are not pesticides. Cigarettes have nothing in common with them. Using cigarettes is just another way to intimidate people into believing that pesticide ban is necessary. Pesticides are regulated by Health Canada, and not cigarettes. Pesticides are heavily regulated in order to prove that they are safe and do not cause any harm. Such is not the case with cigarettes.
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