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  • positive influence
    June 14, 2013 - 09:06

    Pest are part of nature like you oh holier then thou. Please take time to educate yourself about nature and how it is balanced and co-depended. You will appreciate its beauty far more then the simple aesthetic sight your pollutants create. "Prohibited pest control products are still Health-Canada-approved, federally-legal, scientifically safe, practically non-toxic, and cause no harm" Like DDT??? You should start drinking that stuff dude, really, I heard its good for you.

  • WILLIAM H. GATHERCOLE AND NORAH G
    June 14, 2013 - 01:04

    No one can afford this #@!!% ban nonsense ! Pest control products are worth thousands of dollars; it is unimaginable to simply throw them away. This is a recommendation to businesses operating in the professional lawn care industry in Newfoundland-Labrador. There are several reasons why you should ignore the Pesticides Collection Program ... This collection may be considered as another subversive ploy engineered by anti-pesticide activists. Prohibition does not prevent anyone from storing so-called obsolete or prohibited products. Prohibition does not prevent anyone from selling their pest control products to local golf clubs, or to lawn care companies located outside of the province. Pest control products are considered to have a very long shelf-life; they can be kept for as long as it takes for prohibition to be rescinded and/or neutralized. Prohibition may be rescinded and declared illegal in Newfoundland-Labrador. There are real trends against pesticide bans. The following jurisdictions stopped or rescinded or limited or opposed anti-pesticide prohibition, or granted professional lawn care businesses with an exception status ... Alberta ( Province ), Altona ( Manitoba ), Ashland ( Oregon ), Beaumont ( Alberta ), British Columbia ( Province ), Calgary ( Alberta ), Campbell River ( British Columbia ), Chicago ( Illinois ), Durango ( Colorado ), Edmonton ( Alberta ), Everett ( Washington ), Guelph ( Ontario ), Guelph-Eramosa ( Ontario ), Kamloops ( British Columbia ), Kelowna ( British Columbia ), Merritt ( British Columbia ), New Brunswick ( Province ), Newfoundland & Labrador ( Province ), Ogunquit ( Maine ), Port Alberni ( British Columbia ), Portage La Prairie ( Manitoba ), Quebec ( Prohibition Invalidated When Lawsuit Defeated Ban ), Regina ( Saskatchewan ), Rossland ( British Columbia ), Salmon Arm ( British Columbia ), Scarborough ( Maine ), Saint John’s ( Newfoundland & Labrador ), Steinbach ( Manitoba ), Stuartburn ( Manitoba), Vernon ( British Columbia ), Winkler ( Manitoba ). http://wp.me/P1jq40-1JO The trends against pesticide bans continue. No one can afford this #@!!% nonsense ! Therefore, it is recommended that businesses ... Ignore all collection programs. Keep their products. Wait until the prohibition legislation is rescinded. Remember, the so-called obsolete or prohibited pest control products are still Health-Canada-approved, federally-legal, scientifically safe, practically non-toxic, and cause no harm. WILLIAM H. GATHERCOLE AND NORAH G http://pesticidetruths.com/ http://wp.me/P1jq40-2rr