In Canada, artificial water fluoridation is mandated at the municipal level. Hundreds of separate regional councils review, debate, administer, purchase chemicals for, and discuss artificial water fluoridation independently across Ontario and the rest of the country. As reported in my past post Region of Peel passes motion asking province of Ontario to test fluoride toxicity, the Regional Council of Peel passed a motion almost unanimously requesting the Province of Ontario to test the product being used to fluoridate our water supplies otherwise to take legislative responsibility for the addition of this product. At first glance, this motion seemed incredibly reasonable however I am not holding my breath for the Province of Ontario to take responsibility for province-wide fluoridation now or ever.
Over the past 70 years, both the liberal and conservative track records on fluoridation have been abysmal where the unsubstantiated mantra … Read More »
Brampton councillor Michael Palleschi recently presented a motion at the Regional Council of Peel asking for the Ontario Government to provide comprehensive toxicity tests on fluoride being added to water supplies across Ontario. After significant debate at Peel council, with arguments heard for and against the addition of fluoride to the water supply, this motion is putting the onus back on the province to either provide comprehensive tests of the product used to fluoridate, or to assume legislative responsibility, and therefore liability, for the artificial fluoridation of Ontario’s water supplies.
Gaining coverage in an article recently posted in the Brampton Guardian, the writing style used by journalist Roger Belgrave to cover this important event and motion looks biased. Although starting the article with impartiality, the second half turns pro-fluoridation with a quote like “The vast majority of the scientific community does … Read More »