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|9/26/2016 - The Canadian government is cracking down on claims made on natural health products. Newly proposed rules could give Health Canada the authority to recall natural health products and cosmetics it deems unsafe, impose fees on manufacturers and enact tougher penalties for violators, according to reporting...|
|6/2/2016 - The Canadian government has made the controversial and alarming decision to approve its first genetically modified food animal for sale in Canada. Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency made the announcement at a conference in Ottawa, explaining that AquaBounty's genetically modified...|
|4/23/2016 - The Canadian government plans to introduce legislation in 2017 that, if approved, would make the sale of marijuana legal throughout the country, the nation's health minister said.
As reported by the BBC, if the law is enacted it would make Canada one of the largest Western countries to permit widespread...|
|12/16/2015 - It's no secret that China's smog problem has become a devastating issue. Not only do residents wear face masks and heed warnings to stay indoors, but parts of the country have recently exceeded the World Health Organization's daily smog particulate maximum by an unfathomable 50 times.(1)
|12/2/2015 - Government officials in Canada who are trying to stop a U.S.-based pharmaceutical firm from bilking patients with rare blood disorders out of hundreds of thousands of dollars annually, have found themselves at the center of a major international lawsuit.
Alexion Pharmaceuticals of Cheshire, Connecticut,...|
|10/3/2015 - Michael Schmidt is a Canadian dairy farmer and raw milk advocate who was raided October 2 by Canadian bureaucrats and police. Michael has been a huge proponent for raw milk for over 30 years and he has been instrumental in changing policy on raw milk.
Michael currently operates a shareholder agreement...|
|9/12/2015 - Big Pharma firms have such a lock on the U.S. market – the most lucrative in the world – that they have the power of the federal government in their pockets. So much so that if anyone steps outside the box or colors outside the Big Pharma-designated lines, Uncle Sam will smack them down.
|7/17/2015 - The United States' two neighboring countries are preparing to level trade sanctions under rules governing a globalist trade agreement following victory in a recent meat labeling case.
The pending actions by the Canadian and Mexican governments are creating pressure on Congress to change existing...|
|5/17/2014 2:24:49 PM - Grassroots activism against transgenic encroachment has paid off in Canada, where licenses for genetically modified (GM) alfalfa have been put on hold, according to new reports. Massive protests in Montreal, Levis, Quebec City, Toronto and as many as 35 other towns and cities across Canada caused U.S.-based...|
|4/21/2014 - Roundup Ready alfalfa will not be available to Canadian growers this spring. Farmers from Ontario to Manitoba have decried the release of this genetically modified strain of alfalfa into agriculture, citing contamination problems. The National Farmers Union of Canada has brought forth valid concerns...|
|4/9/2014 - The natural ecosystem on Earth is being chemically engineered as pesticides pour into the environment, year after year. As crops soak up the pesticides into their roots, stems, flowers and pollen, wildlife is put at risk.
Tiny and slight, insects are directly impacted by these chemicals as they pollinate....|
|2/1/2014 - The company responsible for developing genetically modified (GM) salmon that grows at twice the normal pace is the subject of a new lawsuit in Canada. CBC.ca reports that the Halifax-based Ecology Action Centre (EAC) and the British Columbia-based Living Oceans Society (LOS) are jointly taking Environment...|
|10/29/2013 - What is one of the most effective ways to stifle creativity and boost inefficiency? Have some government bureaucracy threaten anyone who dares to innovate.
That's what is happening to Canadian designer Andrew Gardner, who says he was only trying to raise a little money online so he could manufacture...|
|4/29/2013 - The working conditions, quality of care being provided, cleanliness, and overall operating procedures at Canada's thousands of government-run healthcare facilities appear to be in major need of reform, according to the findings of a new investigative survey. As reported by Canada's CBC News, roughly...|
|2/2/2013 - Despite strong opinions on both sides, Windsor, a city in Ontario, Canada, joins other municipalities, namely Lakeshore, Tecumseh, Amherstburg, Calgary and Waterloo, to end fluoridation, according to a Jan 28, 2013 report by Doug Schmidt in The Windsor Star.
While opinions from health and dental...|
|12/11/2012 - The forces of evil are currently running wild in Canada, where the government-run healthcare machine and the mainstream media are currently engaged in a vicious assault on the safe and effective breast cancer screening tool known as thermography. A recent "investigative" report aired by CBC News that...|
|4/24/2012 - The Adya Clarity product we exposed last year as being fraudulently marketed as a miracle health supplement has been renamed and is currently being sold across America by over a dozen distributors. (Those distributor names and numbers are listed below).
The product is now being offered under names...|
|3/21/2012 - Beginning March 1, 2012, the controversial painkiller drug OxyContin (oxycodone) will no longer be available for prescription in Canada. Numerous media sources report that Health Canada has officially nixed the drug, which is an opioid-based drug similar to heroin, because of widespread abuse, particularly...|
|11/14/2011 - For the past several years, Dr. Gabor Mate of Vancouver, Can., has been facilitating the use of a traditional Amazonian hallucinogenic tea in his patients with very serious addictions. But Health Canada considers the tea to be a controlled substance, and has thus ordered Dr. Mate to stop using it.
|10/31/2011 - NaturalNews can now report that Adya, Inc. has been caught not only misrepresenting the composition of its product on its own label, but has now been caught committing marketing fraud that violates its terms of licensing with Health Canada. Health Canada is already investigating the issue.
|4/5/2011 - The mass radioactive contamination of our planet is now under way thanks to the astonishing actions taking place at the Fukushima nuclear facility in Japan. As of last night, TEPCO announced it is releasing 10,000 tons of radioactive water directly into the Pacific Ocean. That 2.4 million gallons of...|
|12/22/2010 - The Canadian Parliament recently passed its own form of legislation S. 510, the draconian U.S. "food safety" bill that threatens to eliminate the freedom to grow, sell and buy clean food. Bill C-36, deceitfully branded by the Canadian mainstream media as a "consumer protection" law, is actually part...|
|11/8/2010 - Bisphenol A (BPA) is an estrogen-mimicking substance that has been linked to a number of crippling health conditions. It has been tied to obesity and fertility problems, and numerous studies have found that it may devastate human health in other ways. Canada has taken a large step in the fight against...|
|9/2/2010 - The Canadian health system is under massive strain from ballooning drug spending, notes Toronto Star business columnist David Olive.
"Drugs are the second-largest driver of the stunning increase in healthcare costs, after hospitals," Olive writes. He notes that between 1975 and 2008, drug costs soared...|
|8/21/2010 - A recent report released by Statistics Canada, Canada's official statistical agency, has revealed that more than 90 percent of Canadians are contaminated with bisphenol-A (BPA), a toxic chemical compound used in many plastics and resins. The report is the first of its kind in Canada to verify the extent...|
|7/30/2010 - At a biotech industry conference in January 1999, a representative from Arthur Anderson, LLP explained how they had helped Monsanto design their strategic plan. First, his team asked Monsanto executives what their ideal future looked like in 15 to 20 years. The executives described a world with 100...|
|4/16/2010 - Canadian doctors and nutritionists are urging dark-skinned immigrants coming to Canada to supplement with vitamin D in order to stay healthy. Many Canadian immigrants have relocated from countries with warmer, sunnier climates, and are exposed to far less natural sunshine in Canada than in their native...|
|2/26/2010 - Canada's pharmacy regulation organization, The National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA), issued a directive in late January telling druggists to stop selling unlicensed natural remedies. This comes from a 5-year old program to regulate natural health goods. Meanwhile, in the United...|
|7/17/2009 - A recent report released by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives criticizes Health Canada's drug safety regulations, claiming that Canadians are at risk due to speedy approval procedures and negligent safety profiling once the drugs are on the market.
"In Canada 3-4% of drugs approved will...|
|6/12/2009 - For more than a year Health Canada held on to a report that concluded there is a "strong relationship" between lung cancer and chrysotile asbestos mined in Canada. The report was authored by a panel of international experts and was received by Health Canada in March 2008.
Trevor Ogden, the panel...|
|4/12/2009 - A report released by a drug-tracking firm reveals that prescription drug use among Canadians was higher in 2008 than in any previous year. The report, released on March 26 by IMS Health, a worldwide pharmaceutical-tracking company, assesses pharmaceutical use by tracking the number of prescriptions...|
|8/18/2008 - Canadian children are ingesting too much cavity-fighting fluoride and it can ruin their teeth. U.S. children ingest even more fluoride but no such sound advice is evident from U.S. officials. To avoid fluoride-induced yellow and tan discolored teeth (moderate dental fluorosis), fluoride chemicals injected...|
|8/2/2008 - That giant sucking sound so colorfully described by Ross Perot is heard again this season as companies large and small relocate, close their operations or negotiate for lower wages. While the usual suspect, Mexico, continues to drain employment from workers in the U.S. and Canada, competition to attract...|
|5/11/2008 - Americans are catching on to the North American Union scheme and voicing their opposition. The right wing grassroots organization, American Policy Center (APC), has just concluded a survey of one million American households. The survey, titled "Do Americans Support a North American Union" asked a series...|
|3/3/2008 - Canada's government health agency, Health Canada, has announced the withdrawal of market authorization for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory lumiracoxib due to evidence connecting the drug to severe liver damage.
Health Canada requested that Novartis stop selling lumiracoxib, marketed as Prexige, and...|
|3/15/2007 - Health Canada, the country's ministry of health, is considering lifting a 30-year ban on the artificial sweetener saccharin. According to ministry officials, new information has come to light that raises questions about whether the sweetener is truly carcinogenic or not.
Jump directly to: conventional...|
|11/21/2006 - According to new federal regulations that went into effect Thursday in Canada, cosmetic makers must now list ingredients on their container labels.
Canadian cosmetic makers have been working for years with federal authorities to draw up the regulations in order to help protect people who might be...|
|9/25/2006 - In the wake of two dozen reported cases of mood, personality and psychological reactions that may be linked to ADHD drugs -- including agitation, hallucinations and three suicides -- Health Canada is revising it's prescribing and patient information for all such drugs in the country, considering adding...|
|2/28/2006 - "In about 60% of 2000 referenda held in the U.S. since 1950, fluoridation has been voted down." -- Zev Ramba, Washington Bureau Editor of AGD Impact (the publication of the Academy of General Dentistry). Quoted in the Chemical & Engineering News (8/1/88).
"Avoid a referendum. The statistics are that...|
|7/17/2005 - Mike: I'm here with Ruth Shamai of Ruth's Hemp Foods. The company's web address is ruthshempfoods.com. Ruth, you have a line of hemp-based products. Could you give people an overview of your product line, and then we'll get into more of the history of your company and your experience?
|11/9/2004 - When it comes to blocking the importation of prescription drugs from Canada, pharmacists are a creative bunch. First, they sited safety concerns, but ignored the statistics that show U.S. pharmacies are just as likely to improperly fill prescriptions as Canadian pharmacies. Then they backed the ridiculous...|
|8/7/2004 - Amid all of the frantic warnings from the FDA that prescription drugs from Canada are somehow dangerous, a question arises: where are all the dead and injured Canadians? If drugs are somehow more dangerous in Canada, shouldn't the FDA be able to produce endless examples of people who have actually been...|
|8/3/2004 - The state of Maryland joins a growing list of cities and states attempting to import prescription drugs from Canada. Montgomery County says it could save $6 million to $10 million a year by giving its employees the choice of filling their prescriptions through certified Canadian pharmacies.
|7/25/2004 - The FDA is losing its battle waged against the pocketbooks of American consumers: people are importing more prescription drugs than ever, and they're getting them from Canada, Mexico and even the U.K. This concerns the FDA, of course, which has gone all out to protect the profits of Big Pharma by attempting...|
|5/28/2004 8:45:25 AM - A growing number of people are purchasing prescription drugs that have
been reimported from Canada. This practice bypasses the drug company
monopoly that now has a strangehold on customers in the United States,
allowing customers to have access to the very same prescription drugs at
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|11/7/2003 12:40:04 PM - As this article shows, the FDA's argument that "importing drugs from Canada is dangerous" is bogus. Because it turns out the Department of Veteran Affairs is doing the exact same thing in order to save money.
It's okay for the federal government to save money by buying pharmaceuticals from Canada,...|
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