It is becoming a common trend to ignore ranting like this. This woman even tried to have her neighbor arrested for spraying RoundUp on his own Property.
David Suzuki, Ontario College of Family Physicians, Pesticide Free Edmonton, Eco Justice are her information sources.
Quick Reference for you Sheryl, regarding the word SAFE and Cosmetic Pesticide Use :
Is it safe to use the herbicide 2,4-D on my lawn?
Following extensive consultation and scientific review using the most current scientific methods, Health Canada has determined that 2,4-D meets Canada's strict health and safety standards, and as such can be used safely when label directions are followed. Health Canada's review concurs with the findings of regulators in other OECD countries, including the United States, European Union, New Zealand and the World Health Organization.
Here is a great information source for you, it includes real facts. http://pesticidetruths.com/pesticide-qa-links/
One day take the time and read the OCFP 2012 report. You will see 2,4-D mentioned one time, referring to Costa Rican Coffee Bean Farmers. Far from the proof you were hoping for.
Sheryl McCumsey brought a petition with 1,200 signatures from Albertans who want new bylaws in place. She said she has gone to police, the city, and Alberta Health with concerns that her neighbour is "constantly" spraying the herbicide Roundup on his property, but has not received help because there is no bylaw. McCumsey claims herself and her daughter have experienced symptoms of herbicide poisoning, which include nausea, diarrhea and respiratory issues. She said many who signed her petition had more serious health problems, such as cancer, that they blame partly on excessive pesticide use. "This is heartbreaking," McCumsey said.