Canadian beekeepers file lawsuit against Bayer, Syngenta over bee-killing neonicotinoids Canadian beekeepers have filed a class-action lawsuit against two pesticide producers, seeking $400 million in damages for the devastating ramifications of the neonicotinoid pesticides that have been linked to the destruction of honeybee colonies. The goal is to stop the use of the neonicotinoids to avoid the harm to the bees and the beekeepers, said Paula Lombardi, a lawyer with Siskinds LLP, regulations firm that is handling the case. The lawsuit was filed in the Ontario Superior Court on September 2 by two of the biggest honey makers in Ontario, Sunlight Parlor Honey Ltd . And Munro Honey. The next day, the Ontario Beekeepers Association announced the lawsuit and invited other beekeepers to join in publicly.

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I applaud Genome Canada and the CIHR for his or her leadership in supporting study in personalized medication, said Minister Goodyear. Innovative approaches like these lead to significant health benefits, enhance our knowledge within the medical arena and may be commercialized to help so numerous others worldwide. .. Canadian Government announces investment in personalized medicine Improving the quality of lifestyle of Canadians by developing more effective treatmentsThe Harper Government today announced a significant investment that will assist Canadians in getting more effective remedies and make the healthcare system more sustainable through personalized medicine.