Toronto 2011 Weekend to End Women’s Cancers

For the 2nd year in a row I walked in the Weekend to End Women’s Cancer walk. Last year I did the full 2 day 60 km journey. This year we did the 1 day 35km walk (because seriously my feet still have not healed from last year). Last year I blogged about the environmental impacts of the walk. I am happy to say that there were a few improvements this year!

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Cancer: 101 Solutions to a Preventable Epidemic

The book’s message is that carcinogens in our air, water, fruits, meats, vegetables and over-processed food, and toxic substances that assault our immune systems are fueling the cancer epidemic. We must act to stop this “toxic trespass.”

Event Galvanizes Opposition to Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline

From the Office of the Wet’suwet’en: NEWS RELEASE (Moricetown, BC) – Community opposition to the proposed Enbridge pipeline is growing. Over 200 people from communities along the pipeline route gathered Saturday in Moricetown, BC to discuss the impacts of the proposed mega-project. The 1170-kilometre Enbridge pipeline would carry oil from the Alberta tar sands to…