Environmental Expo includes Indigenous knowledge

Anishinaabe knowledge keeper and Our Wisdom Tree Project leader Andrew Judge and Wild Craft Permaculture founder Jessica Robertson were at the first ever Go Wild,…

Six Nations connection to Zero Waste Solution

Dr. Paul Connett’s message to industry is, “If we cannot recycle, reuse or compost it – don’t make it!” The author of the “Zero Waste…

World Water Day celebrated on the Halidmand Tract

While every day is World Water Day for Onkwehon:we people, some settlers are also starting to wake up to their responsibilities of taking care of…

MPP Bob Delaney’s plan for mandatory water fluoridation

A fifth major study linking artificial water fluoridation to serious childhood health problems has been released and is getting mainstream attention. Newsweek magazine ran a…

The duty to consult and children’s environmental health

What does the aggregate industry’s Duty To Consult have to do with children’s environmental health? In terms of sand and gravel deposits within the Haldimand…

Building a healthy immune system

Building healthy immune function in children is like buying a car – you get the best results by choosing the options that are the closest…

The medical geology of Lyme Disease

Ebola, HIV, measles. It has become trendy to blame “superbugs” for health imbalances, and the Borrelia bacteria associated with Lyme Disease is no exception. However,…

More than enough anger to go around in Kearns debacle

For a Children’s Environmental Health specialist, reading the more than 200-page RWDI Consulting Engineers & Scientists report on the November 2014 three-day test burn of…

Undetermined child deaths and the “sickcare system”

The Office of the Chief Coroner (OCC), the Death Under Five Committee (DU5C) and the Pediatric Death Review Committee (PDRC) collectively strive to appropriately assign…

The troubling health effects of fluoride over-exposure

“Do ze” (pronounced “dau je”) is the only word in Cantonese that I know, but I think that saying “thank you” is always a good…

Elders, youth, and the dangers of fluoride

“Xie xie” (“Thank you” in Mandarin) and a favourable client evaluation was all they wanted, but I wasn’t prepared for what the University of Waterloo…

The medical geology of our water

“Nia:wen” was the first word the elder taught me that day by the river four years ago. Later, when things got truly confusing, twisted and…

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