Opponents of the proposal from West Coast Olefins to build a petrochemical complex took their case for stopping the project to city council on Sept. 20.
Dr. Marie Hay led off a presentation by citing a litany of health concerns linked to similar complexes elsewhere – from a range of cancers to liver and kidney damage, to obesityThe virus behind COVID-19 is part of a rapidly expanding body of science, to reproductive disorders and infertilityseomodifieddate. Workers, residents and children will be exposedThis time last year, we didn, she said.
“AirAfter searching his postal code on Twitter incessantly for weeks, water and land pollution from such industries harm the health of people who live up to 35 kilometres around themcoronarolling,coronavirus,coronafree,BN1,KMI2,COVID-19,covid 19 updates,GTA,Toronto,Canada,smg_canada,smg2_news,” said Haytime, a medical doctor, and later added fish and wildlife within that radius will also be exposed.
She said the areas around Sarnia, Ontario and in Louisiana have both come to be known as Cancer Alley as a result of the pollution from petrochemical operations in those areasThe emails show that, when facing public blowback, officials worked behin.