Collaborative Campaigning for Food Sovereignty & Environmental Justice
Corporations in the Classroom: The GM apple is being marketed to high school students.
Not Substantially Equivalent: CBAN challenges Health Canada to reassess its 2001 approval of a GM corn.
Bags of GM non-browning apple slices sold in some U.S. stores: Will it come to Canada?
Mega-mergers between the world’s largest seeds and pesticides companies would mean unprecedented corporate control.
Farmers are on the alert: Some GM alfalfa sold in 2016 for the first time in Canada.
Herbicide use set to increase even more with the introduction of genetically modified 2,4-D- and dicamba-tolerant crops.
Do we need GM crops to feed the world? – A CBAN exclusive report
GMOs at a Glance – Facts to help you engage with your MP
CBAN’s Quick Guide to GM Foods – A pamphlet for sharing
GM Apples and GM Apple Trees in Canada: Market status update for growers – A CBAN factsheet
Genetically Modified (GM) Foods in Canada
It’s been 20 years since the Canadian government approved the first genetically modified crops and foods, but critical questions about their impacts on our health, our environment, and our economy remained unanswered.
The six reports of CBAN’s GMO Inquiry dig into these important questions and investigate the real impacts and risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Canada.
Find out more at www.gmoinquiry.ca