News articles of note

Local News:

CBC September 17 2018: How herbicide spraying in N.B. became an election issue by Shane Fowler https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/glyphosate-spray-election-issue-1.4824688?fbclid=IwAR09wsPUAurBbzm2IrNLJ8GlCSxf-Q7wZtmIv7gwYf8aTUktpkmqWFzz-UM

Terry Seguin talks to a molecular biologist Thierry Vrain about the safety of glyphosate- CBC-November 2017

Momentum against glyphosate spraying picks up-CBC-September 2017

New Brunswick’s ongoing fight against glyphosate spraying Crown forests-CCNB-July 2016

Deer population is ‘catastrophically low’ biologist says- CBC- November 28th, 2015

Exclusive: The Cumberland Files: Part One- Halifax Media Co-op- October 2015

Exclusive: The Cumberland Files: Part Two- Halifax Media Co-op- October 2015

Stop Glyphosate Spraying in New Brunswick – WEPAC – Water and Environmental Protection – Albert County – Aug. 2015

NB government ignores glyphosate health threat; urban, rural protests against forest spray and Monsanto growing – NB Media Co-op – May 13, 2015

Ban forest herbicides to bring back wildlife: biologists, hunters and conservationists – CCNB – Feb. 18, 2014 

National News:

March 17, 2019 CBC’s “The Weekly” with Wendy Mesley

A U.S. court ordered Monsanto to pay $78 million to one man with cancer when a jury found it didn’t do enough to warn about the health risks linked to its weedkiller, Roundup, and its active ingredient, glyphosate. Now, 11,000 Americans are suing Monsanto. In Canada, one woman filed a worker’s compensation claim for her cancer, and was denied. But Health Canada used, in part, science Monsanto paid for to decide the chemical is safe. The Weekly digs deeper into these two cases, and what else you might not know about glyphosate. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4975945

Videos

         Deer and NB forests. 1960 to now:

Deer, deer food and forestry management:

Corporate Science vs. Common Sense: