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Regulations proposed to end use of asbestos in Canada
by Paul Morden
Sarnia Observer Translate This Article
8 January 2018
On 8 January 2018 Sarnia Observer reported:
Activists in Sarnia, a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, deserve much of the credit for the federal government's long-awaited move to ban asbestos and asbestos-containing products in Canada, says a veteran workplace health researcher. 'This is something so long overdue, it's not funny,' researcher Jim Brophy said about proposed regulations Science Minister Kirsty Duncan and other federal cabinet ministers announced recently to meet the government's promise to enact a ban by 2018.
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