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Opinion | BY MUHANNAD MALAS | November 5, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. The House of Commons Environment Committee, which recently completed a 15-month review of the country’s toxics law—the Canadian Environmental Protection Act—confirmed that Canada must adopt stricter rules for the most hazardous chemicals and label consumer products containing toxics. The Hill Times file photo by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MUHANNAD MALAS | November 5, 2018
Opinion | BY MUHANNAD MALAS | November 5, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. The House of Commons Environment Committee, which recently completed a 15-month review of the country’s toxics law—the Canadian Environmental Protection Act—confirmed that Canada must adopt stricter rules for the most hazardous chemicals and label consumer products containing toxics. The Hill Times file photo by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ELAINE MACDONALD, MUHANNAD MALAS | September 18, 2017
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna and the federal government have a golden opportunity to strengthen Canadians’ protections from toxics and to reduce health inequities by updating CEPA. Canada must get back on track when it comes to acting on toxics. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY ELAINE MACDONALD, MUHANNAD MALAS | September 18, 2017
Opinion | BY ELAINE MACDONALD, MUHANNAD MALAS | September 18, 2017
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna and the federal government have a golden opportunity to strengthen Canadians’ protections from toxics and to reduce health inequities by updating CEPA. Canada must get back on track when it comes to acting on toxics. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
It remains to be seen how Environment Minister Catherine McKenna responds to a report from the House Environment Committee that recommends 87 changes that would strengthen the Canadian Environmental Protection Act The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
It remains to be seen how Environment Minister Catherine McKenna responds to a report from the House Environment Committee that recommends 87 changes that would strengthen the Canadian Environmental Protection Act The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY KIM PERROTTA, MUHANNAD MALAS | February 13, 2017
David Suzuki, pictured. Ecojustice, the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE), the David Suzuki Foundation, Équiterre and Environmental Defence have asked Canada’s pesticide regulatory agency to conduct a wider review that considers ecological risks, surface water contamination, and human health risks. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Opinion | BY KIM PERROTTA, MUHANNAD MALAS | February 13, 2017
Opinion | BY KIM PERROTTA, MUHANNAD MALAS | February 13, 2017
David Suzuki, pictured. Ecojustice, the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE), the David Suzuki Foundation, Équiterre and Environmental Defence have asked Canada’s pesticide regulatory agency to conduct a wider review that considers ecological risks, surface water contamination, and human health risks. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Opinion | BY MUHANNAD MALAS | February 6, 2017
Opinion | BY MUHANNAD MALAS | February 6, 2017
Opinion | BY MUHANNAD MALAS | February 6, 2017