COMPLAIN | Canadian Code of Advertising Standards – Truth, Fairness, Accuracy | ECO LIES! | Take action to stop neonic pesticides and save our bees

Take action to stop neonic pesticides and save our bees

COMPLAIN COMPLAIN COMPLAIN | The Key to Shutting Down Activist Groups | The Canadian Code of Advertising Standards

The Canadian Code of Advertising Standards

 

Truth. Fairness. Accuracy.

The Canadian Code of Advertising Standards (Code) sets the criteria for acceptable advertising in Canada.

Created by the advertising industry in 1963 to promote the professional practice of advertising, the Code is the cornerstone of advertising self-regulation in Canada.

Administered by ASC, the Code is regularly updated to ensure it is current and contemporary – keeping pace with consumer and societal expectations. It contains 14 clauses that set the criteria for acceptable advertising that is truthful, fair and accurate. These clauses form the basis for the review of consumer and special interest group complaints, and trade disputes.

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Pesticide Free Education Program Failure | Port Moody Can’t Walk the Talk On Organic Pesticides |City of Port Moody : The European Chafer

The City of Porty Moody's Pesticide Free Education Campaign is an utter failure.

Pesticide Free Bc should be ashamed.

Education Programs for the Public Sponsored by the City that are ineffective at treating their Grub Problem.  May be the need healthy grass like in Ontario.

 



The European chafer (Rhizotrogus majalis) is an introduced insect to British Columbia that has become a serious lawn pest in the Lower Mainland. Since it was first discovered in New Westminster in late 2001, its geographic range has spread considerably throughout several Lower Mainland communities, including within the borders of Port Moody. 

The European chafer beetle is most damaging during its grub or larval stage. Grubs feed on roots of many different plants, but prefer the fibrous roots of turf grasses. Damage can be masked by abundant moisture in spring and fall, but drier weather reveals an emergence of brown patches. Major damage to lawns occurs when, birds, skunks and other predators turn over the lawn in search of these large white grubs in early fall and spring. The adult beetles seldom cause any significant damage. They are short-lived and do not bite or sting.

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