SAVE THE BEES
MEDIA RELEASE / August 8, 2014: PMRA continues to register bee-killing pesticides
MEDIA RELEASE / June 24, 2014:
Pesticides greater threat than previously admitted
MEDIA RELEASE / June 19, 2014:
Conflict of Interest Investigation Required
CBC NEWS / May 20, 2014:
Bee researchers raise warning flags
ACTION ALERT / April 27, 2014:
The Bees Want You -- Enlist Today!
MEDIA RELEASE / March 26, 2014:
10 years is too long to wait for action on bee deaths
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MEDIA RELEASE / February 5, 2014: Urge Senate to speak out against bee-killing pesticides
MEDIA RELEASE / January 28, 2014: Senate must heed evidence on bee killing pesticides
TORONTO STAR / December 20, 2013: Neonicotinoid pesticides blamed for bee deaths could affect humans, EU says
SIERRA BLOG / December 15, 2013: Good news! You created a lot of buzz...
ACTION ALERT / December 8, 2013: Canada’s pesticide regulators want to know your thoughts about saving bees
MEDIA RELEASE / November 28, 2013: New study should convince government to ban bee killing pesticide
MEDIA RELEASE / November 15, 2013: Is CropLife buying influence?
MEDIA ADVISORY / October 8, 2013: Premier urged to keep promise to protect bees
METRO NEWS / September 29, 2013: Bee deaths linked to insecticides, Health Canada data show for second year
ACTION ALERT / September 27, 2013: Urgent update on our #SaveTheBees campaign
MEDIA RELEASE / September 16, 2013: Gov't agency admits pesticides behind bee deaths, but still refuses to act
BACKGROUNDER / July 29, 2013: 20 scientific studies concluding neonicotinoid pesticides kill bees
MEDIA RELEASE / July 29, 2013: No more stalling - save the bees!
LETTER / July 23, 2013: Letter to Federal Health Minister Re: Registration Decision RD2013-14
MEDIAL RELEASE / July 17, 2013: Canadians support a ban on bee-killing pesticides
POLL / July 16, 2013: Public Attitudes re: Bee Health and Neonicotinoid Pesticide Ban
MEDIA RELEASE / July 9, 2013: Bold step for the bees
MEDIA RELEASE / May 2, 2013: Canada should ban bee killing pesticides now