“Shocking”: Feds OK 20-Year Sale Of Toxins Without Study

Senators are demanding answers from Health Canada over disclosures that toxic pesticides suspected of environmental damage have been licensed for decades without risk assessments. The Senate agriculture committee learned regulators allowed the sale of 35 chemicals linked to bee deaths from as early as 1995 without requiring that manufacturers submit scientific data on their toxicity: “This is shocking”.

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