Senate Report Sees Reforms To Farm Chemical Licensing

Health Canada must curb its practice of granting “temporary” pesticide licenses for years, even decades at a time, says the Senate agriculture committee. The panel’s advice follows criticism over renewal of a license for a bee-killing pesticide under review since 2004: “We want to know the facts”.

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