Ottawa ignoring hazards of top pesticides sold in Canada.

Canada's pesticide regulator, the PMRA, is accused of turning a blind eye to problems with three of the most popular pesticides on the market.

Ottawa ignoring hazards of top pesticides sold in Canada

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Spies in our midst: RCMP and CSIS snoop on green activists.

Spies in our midst: RCMP and CSIS snoop on green activists

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Big Agro on campus.

In early 2014, New Brunswick’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) was facing a crisis. Rod Cumberland, former chief deer biologist for the province, had been waging a media and letter-writing campaign to draw attention to an unfolding disaster in the province’s forests—namely, the collapse of the white-tail deer population, which had dropped to 70,000 from a peak of 286,000 in 1985.

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