Finally Arrested |Louise Leger-Villandre | Woman Behind First Cosmetic Pesticide Ban | Ex-general manager of Hudson arrested by UPAC

Talk about a Chemical Reaction Paul Tukey!

Louise Léger-Villandré, the former (Town Clerk) general manager of the town of Hudson, was arrested Thursday morning on fraud charges.

Officers with the Unité permanente anticorruption Québec (UPAC) picked up Léger-Villandré, who faces 19 criminal charges of fraud, breach of trust, and creating and using false documents.

The charges are for a series of infractions allegedly committed by Léger-Villandré between 1997 and 2013, the years she was town general manager.

It is alleged she cashed municipal cheques totalling $1.1 million through her personal account.

Léger-Villandré was arrested and then released with a promise to appear in Valleyfield  court on Dec. 10.

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Non Experts | Gideon Forman | David Suzuki | “Neonic” Pesticide Ban Vital for Bee Health – and Our Own

Commentary: "Neonic" Pesticide Ban Vital for Bee Health – and Our Own

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Head Enviro Lunatic | Gord Miller | Bee-killing pesticides bigger threat than DDT: Ontario enviro commish

Gord Miller couldn't even get the Healthy Pesticide Free Lawns with Composting right, now hes an expert on Neonicotinoids.

Weeds Taking over your Lawn?  Try Compost (part 1 of 3)

Compost and the Soil Food Web (part 2 of 3)

TrackBack : Gord Miller Says Vacuum Chinch Bugs up off the Lawn


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SongBird Declines | Neonicotinoids | Activist Christy Morrissey | The Rachel Carson of Our Time?

She is telling us that Birds are dying from Starvation.

Neonicotinoids are killing the food sources for the Birds.


One thing is for certain, the birds (Aerial Insectivores) Assistant Christy Morrissey is studying, they have been in decline way before Neonicotinoids were used.

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Precautionary principle backfires in Europe, insecticide ban harms bee population | Genetic Literacy Project

M | October 7, 2014 | 

An EU pesticide ban that was supposed to protect bees has done no such thing. All it does is damage farmers’ crops. The European Union’s addiction to the precautionary principle — which says in effect that the risks of new technologies must be measured against perfection, not against the risks of existing technologies — has caused many perverse policy decisions.
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