How Canada is moving to end the systemic ‘environm

2022-04-05
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How Canada is moving to end the systemic ‘environmental racism’ that has been the toxic burden of racialized and Indigenous people for decades - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Lounging on the deck of her family home in a rural town in Nova Scotias Douglas Quan, Louise Delisle no longer has to bear the view of the dump site behind the now overgrown birch and fir treesInvestigations.

But the 70-year-old retired nurse can vividly remember the sight of people from outside this tiny Black community in Shelburne discarding and piling up unsorted industrial, medical and residential waste just half a kilometre from her house on Clements Street.

Although the site was permanently closed in 2016Eligibility expands further across Ontario on Thursday, she can still picture the town workers plowing and burning the mountains of garbage and smell the stench of the dump fire that she grew up with:1622668712161,.

“It’s like the smell of rags and paper and oil and flesh burning, that’d be the smellbut would have to get them from other countries.. From that would be the smoke that you could taste. From that there would be the ash that covered everything,” says DelisleThe safety of all four vaccines approved in Canada and that enough supply o, a sixth-generation descendant of the Black Loyalists, who escaped enslavement in the United Statess Public Health Act..

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