• Link to SK Organic Resources
  • Grow a Lush Garden Organically
  • Learn to Manage Pests Naturally
  • Driving Near Recently Sprayed Fields Exposes People to Pesticides
  • Learn About Colony Collapse Disorder and How to Protect Bees
  • Weeds Can Be Managed Without Chemical Pesticides
  • Learn To Manage Weeds Without Chemical Pesticides
  • Learn About Pesticides in Foods
  • LIving Near Fields Increases Pesticide Exposure
  • Learn to Keep Insects Out of your Crops


 Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment; video available

Canadian Neurotoxicity Information Network .(WEBSITE NO LONGER WORKS as of 01/02/08; old website - http://www3.sympatico.ca/cnin/)

International Neurotoxicology Association           links

The Ontario College of Family Physicians

Massachusetts Association for the Chemically Injured

Pesticide Health Effects Research; Abstracts of peer-reviewed articles




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Labour Environmental Alliance Society (LEAS) produced a Cancer-free Consumer Guide and Toxins free SchoolsToxins in Consumer Products, and many more; Toxins workshops, and organised the Prevent Cancer Now conference in 2007 (BC)

Prevent  Cancer Now (Ottawa) with superb links to  their

SNAP cancer page


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Children's Environmental Health Project  from CAPE

Grassroots Environmental Education  Several publications including the Our Children at Risk video .Click on publications.  

WHO report on children’s susceptibility to chemicals (July 2007) 

MCS and Allergies

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included because many cases of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and allergies, including asthma, are linked to pesticides, which often cause and usually aggravate the conditions.

How to Create Inclusive Communities for people affected by MCS Prepared for the Creating Inclusive Communities public consultation forum held in Regina at the Queensbury Convention Centre, Salon 3, May 6, 1:30 – 4:30 pm and sent in as a written contribution. By Paule Hjertaas, President and spokesperson of the Saskatchewan Network for Alternatives to Pesticides (SNAP) relevant to the pesticide issue because pesticides are both a cause and trigger of MCS.

Spain Officially Recognizes Multipel Chemical Sensitivities, the condition of the “bubble people” - official press release. 24 September 2014. Spain is thus the latest addition to the list of countries which officially recognise MCS as a valid diagnosis, like Germany (2000), Austria (2001), Japan (2009), Switzerland (2010) or Denmark (2012). Its purpose is “to offer recognition of this physical disorder associated to the exposure to toxic chemicals and thus to provide and facilitate its clinical and legal management” so that the people affected “can enjoy basic rights in terms of healthcare and assistance and other rights associated stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in every democratic country constitution.”
Artículo original: http://www.sensibilidadquimicamultiple.org/2014/09/spain-recognises-mcs-bubble-people-2014.html
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2005-10 Canadian Statistics on MCS/ES  Increases in people diagnosed wih MCS, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue.

Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) Report entitled 'The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities,' by Margaret E. Sears (M.Eng., Ph.D.)

Canadian Human Rights Commission's Recognition of MCS  Accommodation for Environmental Sensitivities: Legal Perspective' By: Cara Wilkie and David Baker. The opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), fibromyalgia (FM), and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) 2006 statistics - Canada

Environmental Sensitivities-Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Status Report   Advances in Knowledge, and Current Service Gaps. Environmental Health Clinic. Women’s College Hospital, Toronto, Lynn Marshall MD, FAAEM, FRSM, MCFP et al. October 31, 2010
Updated February 17, June 2, 2011.

Functional impairment in chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and multiple chemical sensitivityM. Ruth Lavergne, MSc et al. Canadian Family Physician. February 2010 vol. 56 no. 2 e57-e65

Seriously "Sensitive" to Pollution exceellent blog with great resources from Linda Sepp, Ontario

Association pour la santé environnementale du Québec –Environmental Health Association of Québec (ASEQ-EHAQ) Basic information on Environmental Sensitivities: questionnaire, statistics, testimonials, resources including for testing   email: asehaq@aseha-quebec.ca / info@aseha-quebec.ca

CIINChemical Injury Information Network  Very informative monthly newsletter and resources available at cost 

CFS, FM,CS (Chemical Sensitivity) Coalition of Chicago  Informative quarterly publication about chronic ftigue, fibromyalgia and multiple chemical sensitivities

Massachusetts Association for the Chemically Injured   Lots of resources- books, masks, bedding, furniture.  

AllergyKids addresses the impact that hidden chemicals in FOOD and VACCINES have on the lives of the 54.6% Americans with allergies and offers 10 Steps to Protect Your Children's Health.

Preventing Discrimination      

 Practical Guide for Employment Accommodation for People with Disabilities from the Disabled Women’s Network of Ontario            

Employers’ Practical Guide to Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act

Toxic Products

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Fragrance Ingredients

Review of the information available (or in most cases, not available) from cosmetic companies about fragrance ingredients: http://www.davidsuzuki.org/publications/reports/2011/failing-the-sniff-test/  DSF also launched a petition campaign on their web site, calling on companies to disclose their fragrance ingredients: http://action.davidsuzuki.org/fragrance-petition

Top-selling air fresheners and laundry products contain chemicals classified as toxic           Each of the six products (dryer sheets, fabric softener, laundry detergent, a liquid spray air freshener, a plug-in air freshener, and a solid disc deodorizer used in commercial-airplane toilets) emitted at least one substance the federal government classifies as toxic or hazardous. Among them are 3 chemicals the Environmental Protection Agency considers "hazardous air pollutants" with no safe exposure levels: acetaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane, both likely human carcinogens; and methyl chloride, which has been linked to liver, kidney and nervous-system damage in animals.

Contaminated Without Consent video

http://www.ewg.org/guides/cleaners/  (Environmental Working Group) Search more than 2000 products.



www.cosmeticsdatabase.org  (Environmental Working Group)  Search more than 78,000 products.

What's Inside? That Counts Toxic Ingredients in our Cosmetics from the David Suzuki Foundation

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics   http://safecosmetics.org/