EcoNews — Five things to love on Valentine’s Day

In this edition of EcoNews, we bring you a feel-good list of five things we just know you'll love on this Valentine's Day — from celebrating a big win for our ocean and coastlines to giving you the chance to write your love letter to nature in New … [Read more...]

EcoNews — Strong water protection & a glyphosate-free forest

In this edition of EcoNews, we make it easy for you to have your say on a strong, comprehensive water protection strategy for New Brunswick just before the upcoming deadline for public comments; we share an interview with a retired government … [Read more...]

Read the debate over the motion on glyphosate spraying in NB

On Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, elected officials in New Brunswick's Legislative Assembly debated a motion about the spraying of glyphosate-based herbicides in the province's Crown forest. The motion, brought forward by Gagetown-Petitcodiac MLA Ross … [Read more...]

Dr. Vrain talks longterm health impacts of glyphosate with CBC

Dr. Thierry Vrain, a molecular biologist and retired federal government research scientist, wrapped up his week of public presentations about glyphosate spraying in New Brunswick by talking about the controversial herbicide with CBC Information … [Read more...]

Have you sent your #stopspraying letter yet?

The letters are working! MLAs Ross Wetmore and Jeff Carr talked about glyphosate spraying at the Legislature last week, and today, our elected officials debated a motion concerning herbicide spraying in the Legislative Assembly. Let's keep the … [Read more...]

Don’t miss out: Dr. Thierry Vrain is visiting New Brunswick to present his work!

Dr. Thierry Vrain is coming to New Brunswick to present his research, for those who are interested in the effects of herbicides on organisms. The retired research scientist for the Canadian gov­ern­ment and expert on genetically modified foods, … [Read more...]

Glynn urges new forest management model after federal report shows significant changes coming with climate change

Our Forest Campaign Director, Tracy Glynn, told the Canadian Press on Friday, Oct. 27 that New Brunswick should look at new models for managing our public forest in light of a new federal study investigating changes likely to occur in the Maritimes’ … [Read more...]

September EcoNews: All about spray, schools and salmon

In this edition of EcoNews, we show you which communities’ drinking water supply zones are being sprayed with glyphosate-based herbicides; bring you an update on Petitcodiac residents’ quest to end the controversial spraying in their region; give you … [Read more...]

Herbicide spraying within municipal drinking water supply areas

As forestry companies continue to spray glyphosate-based herbicides across the province this month, we've taken an in-depth look at exactly how much spraying is happening within the drinking water supply areas of some New Brunswick … [Read more...]

Glyphosate meeting leaves questions unanswered

Upwards of 150 people attended an open house in Petitcodiac last night (Wednesday, Sept. 6) to get answers about the use of glyphosate-based herbicides in the region. The open house was organized by J.D. Irving Ltd after a meeting scheduled in … [Read more...]