Paul H. LeMay is a Vancouver-based independent writer specializing in psychology and politics. He once worked as the special assistant to Liberal Senator Sheila Finestone and has written commentaries for The Hill Times in Ottawa since 2006. He is also the co-author of two books with a psychiatrist on the victimization process and the evolution of the human mind-brain system entitled Primal Mind, Primal Games.
By Paul H. LeMay
Labelling of foods containing GMOs could awaken sleeping political populist giants
The labelling of GMO foods may become one of those rare issues that simply transcends party affiliation among both urban and rural voters, and doing so for a whole host of reasons. Among these, it goes to the heart of our right to know what we put in our bodies. The absence of GMO labelling on foods denies that right.