Sorry about the delay. As you must know by now? I was pretty busy.
Since this battle is fought by a well determine group and they don't get paid one single cent for their efforts?
I am going to post this blog on the front page with all the pictures.
This was from a meeting held in the North end of Saint John around one month ago.
It was a full House but no Trevor Holder. I wonder why?
There's another meeting on July 12. You can read the details by clicking here-
Hats off to the workers and Abel LeBlanc for speaking out loudly!!!!
Thursday, July 06, 2006
Sorry about the delay. As you must know by now? I was pretty busy.
Hi Charles, Be a good lad, and post this on your web!
Too many, people are dying of Cancer in our Province.
This could be the ONE common food we all eat?
Take care, Gail
“POTATEOS WE ALL EAT”
TREATED WITH CHEMICALS
EMAIL your MLA! Go to your FARMER who grows potatoes and ask him what he uses to kill potato tops. I personally buy Certified Organic Potatoes.
No wonder, so many are dying from Cancers!
Definitely to be Band from all Foods consumed by Humans and Animals.
Chemicals To Kill Potato Tops
Found so far DIQUAT
Diquat dibromide is a Bipyridylium compound.
Symptoms of Poisoning with Bipyridylium Compounds
- Paraquat & Diquat: (Ingestion) - burning pain in the mouth, throat, chest, upper abdomen; pulmonary edema, pancreatitis, renal damage, CNS effects.
- Paraquat (dermal): dry and fissured hands, horizontal ridging or loss of fingernails, ulceration and abrasion. Diarrhea, sometimes bloody, can occur. Central Nervous System effects include giddiness, headache, fever, myalgia, lethargy and coma. Pulmonay fibrosis is the usual cause of death.
- Diquat: neurologic toxicity (nervousness, irritability, restlessness, combativeness, disorientation, nonsensical statements, inability to recognize friends or family members, diminished reflexes). Intense nausea, vomiting and diarrhea may occur.
and “SULFURIC ACID SPRAYED ON POTATOES”
Fungicide is one of three main methods of pest control-chemical control of fungi in this case. Fungicides are chemical compounds used to prevent the spread of fungi in gardens and crops, which can cause serious damage to the plants. Fungicides are also used to fight fungal infections.
Fungicides can either be contact or systemic. A contact fungicide kills fungi when sprayed on its surface. A systemic fungicide has to be absorbed by the fungi before the fungi dies. One example is the QoI.
It is used in agriculture to avoid fungus growth because this can harm profits, Corn is often sprayed with fungicides and some fungicides are genitically modified to make sure that they get to work straight away by damaging all of the fungal cells.
In contexts other than agriculture, the term antifungal is often used for similar compounds.
Fungicides can also indirectly be harmful to human health as the cultivated crop is consumed and it can cause irritation as well as many symptoms such as headaches, diarrehea, damaged organs as well as severe disorders and maladies related to the nervous system. It is also a hazard to ecosystems as it can run off and can contaminate water bodies and as it bioaccumulates it can be increasingly toxic to living organisms in the ecosystem.
POISON! DANGER! CORROSIVE. LIQUID AND MIST CAUSE SEVERE BURNS TO ALL BODY TISSUE. MAY BE FATAL IF SWALLOWED OR CONTACTED WITH SKIN. HARMFUL IF INHALED. AFFECTS TEETH. WATER REACTIVE. CANCER HAZARD. STRONG INORGANIC ACID MISTS CONTAINING SULFURIC ACID CAN CAUSE CANCER. Risk of cancer depends on duration and level of exposure.
Inhalation produces damaging effects on the mucous membranes and upper respiratory tract. Symptoms may include irritation of the nose and throat, and labored breathing. May cause lung edema, a medical emergency.
Corrosive. Swallowing can cause severe burns of the mouth, throat, and stomach, leading to death. Can cause sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea. Circulatory collapse with clammy skin, weak and rapid pulse, shallow respirations, and scanty urine may follow ingestion or skin contact. Circulatory shock is often the immediate cause of death.
Corrosive. Symptoms of redness, pain, and severe burn can occur. Circulatory collapse with clammy skin, weak and rapid pulse, shallow respirations, and scanty urine may follow skin contact or ingestion. Circulatory shock is often the immediate cause of death.
Corrosive. Contact can cause blurred vision, redness, pain and severe tissue burns. Can cause blindness.
Long-term exposure to mist or vapors may cause damage to teeth. Chronic exposure to mists containing sulfuric acid is a cancer hazard.
Aggravation of Pre-existing Conditions:
Persons with pre-existing skin disorders or eye problems or impaired respiratory function may be more susceptible to the effects of the substance.
I'm certain that the Irvings will reward Trevor very good after he gets defeated after the next provincial election!!!!
Dear Mr. Leblanc,
Further to your complaint to the Office of the Ombudsman with respect to the ministerial approval of a third rock quarry in the Gayton area, I wish to advise you that this office has now concluded its investigation into the matter. The investigation was initiated to determine if administrative policies and procedures were followed and to address concerns raised by you at this office.
This office obtained and reviewed a copy of the Community Planning Act and a relevant regulation under the Act, Regulation 97-139 Beaubassin Planning District Order. A summary of the relevant provisions with respect to recommendations made by the Beaubassin Planning Commission to the Minister of Environment under the Community Planning Act are outlined as follows:
77(2.1) The Minister may make regulations respecting rural plans for unincorporated areas.
77(2.8) Notwithstanding any other provision in this Act, the Minister shall not make a regulation under subsection (2.1) until after the fourteen days referred to in subsection (2.9) and, if written objections are submitted under subsection (2.9), the written objections are considered.
77(11) Before recommending or making a regulation under this section, the Minister shall
(a) if the regulation would have effect in a planning district, request the commission to give its views on the regulation,
(b) if the regulation is to be made under subsection (2.1) and would have effect in a local service district that has an advisory committee, request the advisory committee to give its views on the regulation
To obtain additional information about the policy and procedure for approving rezoning in the Gayton area and the development of a third rock quarry under the Community Planning Act, we spoke with officials from the Community Planning Section of the Department of Environment. After speaking with officials, the following information was confirmed and added to your file. According to section 77(2.1) of the Community Planning Act, the Minister of Environment is empowered to make regulations concerning development in the Gayton community as it is an unincorporated area. The approval of a third rock quarry involved an amendment to the Rural Plan and its zoning provisions, accomplished by the Minister making a regulation to amend the original plan as outlined in sections 76.1 and 77(2.1). Before the Minister is permitted to make this type of regulation, based on Section 77(2.8) of the Community Planning Act, he must undertake a public consultation allowing citizens to express their agreement or opposition to the regulation. The Act also requires the Minister under section 77(11) to consider the opinion of the Beaubassin Planning Commission. Although the Minister of Environment is not permitted to make a decision before consulting the public and considering the recommendation of the Planning Commission, the final decision is his responsibility.
After reviewing section 77(11) of the Community Planning Act and speaking with officials at the Department of Environment, it was confirmed that the Minister is authorized to make the final assessment and pronouncement concerning regulations affecting the Gayton area. The Community Planning Act empowers the Minister, based on section 77(11), to accept or reject recommendations from the Planning Commission concerning regulations such as the rezoning of Gayton. Based on our findings from the investigation, this office is satisfied that the policy and procedures outlined in the Community Planning Act and Regulation 97-139 Beaubassin Planning District Order have been respected by the Minister of Environment. In conclusion, this office was unable to find that the Minister of Environment made an administrative error by approving the regulation to amend the rural plan.
As well, since the decision complained of is that of a cabinet minister, I am not allowed under my own legislation (s.11 of the Ombudsman Act) to review the substance of that decision, only the procedure. Appeals on land development decisions, made under the Community Planning Act and its by-laws and regulations, may be made by any person to the New Brunswick Assessment and Planning Appeal Board. The basis and procedures to do so are described within the Provincial Planning Appeal Board Regulation under the Community Planning Act, as well as, section 86 of the same act (see copies attached).
Under these circumstances, your file at this Office is now closed. I truly regret that I am unable to provide you with a more favorable response in this matter.
I have been so busy that the only people who came out ahead in all this is Premier Bernard Lord. I'll have to make up for lost blogs....lol
I sent the investigator an email this morning but never receive a reply.
I guess that I'll have to asked for a meeting with Bruce Fitch < Justice Minister >
The public must know why and who deleted all my pictures???
Irving employees working in the Saint John Police force?
Who truly knows?
I was sad when I left the hospital and I noticed a girl walking by me and she was walking pretty quick. So I began a chat before the long walk down the huge hill. She has ADHD!!!!
The interesting part is that she told me that many of her so-call friends are always bugging her for Ritalin!!!!
I told her that she's very free to leave some comments in this blog about this issue.
Our little walk went pretty quickly. Can you imagine two ADHD individuals yakking away???