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  • GE Free Day

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 5, 2008 at 16:43 6 comments

    GE Free

    Next week, March 11 is GE Free Day in BC.  Your chance to celebrate GE free food, fight corporate agriculture and tell the government you want GE food labelled.  Events planned for the day include a morning protest, an afternoon panel discussion and p... Read more >

  • Freezing in the Dark

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 4, 2008 at 20:59

    It was Election Night in Alberta.  I couldn’t stand the suspense.  Rather than bite my nails, I headed downtown to attend a talk by Edmonton-based researcher/activist, Gordon Laxer, promoting a recent Parkland Institute study: “Freezing in the Dark: W... Read more >

  • Logging giant AbitibiBowater involved in risky business

    Blogpost by Kim Fry - February 28, 2008 at 16:20

    this forest has been clearcut

    Quarterly and year end results released by logging giant AbitibiBowater today raise serious questions about the direction of the company. By not curbing its destructive logging practices in Canada’s Boreal Forest, AbitibiBowater is taking serious ri... Read more >

  • GM Contamination spreads in 2007

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - February 28, 2008 at 15:11

    greenpeace actievoerders op drA new report by Greenpeace and GM Watch UK documents 216 cases of out of control genetically engineered, plants, animals, and food since the first commercial introduction of GE in 1996.  GM Contamination Register, 2007 confirms what Greenpeace, along ... Read more >

  • Parliament hears why agrifuels don't work

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - February 26, 2008 at 18:25
    CBAN No GE Trees No AgrofuelsThe Canadian wants gasoline to contain 5% ethanol by 2010.  The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has already had warned that the agricultural fuels like corn ethanol are contributing to world hunger for millions of people.  Corn ethanol expa... Read more >

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