WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO REACH OUT TO YOUR MP FOR BETTER TOXICS REGULATIONS?
Nancy Guberman, retired university professor of social work and BCAQ activist has this message for you:
Françoise David, former spokesperson of Québec solidaire and former President of la Fédération des Femmes du Québec has this message for you (in French only):
BCAQ is concerned for CEPA Reform: OP-ED in the Montreal Gazette
Opinion: Canada needs stricter measures on toxic substances
"A bill before Parliament contains some positive elements, however some of its provisions should be strengthened."
"Without the proper legislative tools to tackle the most pressing environmental health issues, we are left to watch the resulting negative health impacts grow and environmental injustices flourish," Jennifer Beeman and Cassie Barker write in an op-ed piece that was published in the Montreal Gazette on Monday, May 9, 2022.
Preventing Breast Cancer by Decarbonizing Our Lives
Three Unique Perspectives
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 7pm
How can the complex links between climate change and illness, including breast cancer - that can be traced back to fossil fuels - be made clear?
An important year bringing many changes
The misadventure of Patricia on Friday 13th
BCAQ IN THE NEWS: The time for the government to act is now
Looking Ahead in 2022
Challenging the System
Working harder than ever for prevention. Please donate today.
Yale Researchers are Quantifying Genetic and Environmental Factors in Cancer
The Growing Body of Research on Black Women and Breast Cancer: Black Women With Early HR+ Breast Cancer Have Shorter Relapse-Free Survival and Overall Survival than White Women
The Paired Perils of Breast Cancer and Diabetes
Mother and child vulnerable to endocrine disruptor exposure: Research team highlights placental sensitivity to such environmental contaminants during pregnancy
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