Context : Presenting Petitions
Canadians consume extremely high levels of sodium, well above other countries. And this is costing us, both in our health and in our pocket book. Over-consumption of sodium is a major issue in Canada, and is the leading cause of cardiovascular disease in Canada.
NDP MP Libby Davies
What if I told you about a common-sense step that would save thousands of lives each year, reduce the burden on our health-care system, and cost next to nothing to implement? What if this step was already in place in leading industrialized nations?
|Published | Publié: 2012-12-17
Received | Reçu: 2012-12-17 5:30 PM
|Catherine Solyom MONTREALGAZETTE.COM|
41st Parliament, 1st Session
Context : Debate
Mr. Peter Julian (Burnaby—New Westminster, NDP): Mr. Speaker, the NDP is pleased to rise in this House to support Bill C-383.
I would like to start by thanking all of the Canadian activists who have been pushing for years to ensure that we do not have water exports or inter-basin water
transfers. Canadians across the country have been concerned about this.
Tsunami debris not likely radioactive, Ottawa says
Federal documents show aftermath of disaster will come in small pieces, land mostly south of the border
Peter O'Neil, Vancouver Sun, CANADA & WORLD, Page: B3