Petitions by Federal Institution

Health Canada

No. 458
The Government of Canada’s response to perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in water, products, and waste
No. 457
Responsibilities of Health Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada in protecting pollinators from the impact of neonicotinoid pesticides
No. 456
The Government of Canada’s rigour and transparency in evaluating the science regarding localized exposures to 5G technologies in its update of Safety Code 6
No. 453
Federal funding of the Ontario Line and Canada’s commitment to sustainable infrastructure development
No. 452
Protecting aquatic environments from harmful effects of nanosilver in consumer products
No. 444
Need for environmental impact assessment on ecological effects of wide-scale wolf reduction programs
No. 439
The regulation of genetically engineered salmon under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
No. 438
Reduction of plastic pollution
No. 434
Fluralaner toxicity in the environment
No. 433
Certain organic flame retardants substance grouping
No. 432
Concerns about single‑use plastics in our waters and about vinyl acetate–based products
No. 431
Oversight, safety, and public awareness of chemical product applications at the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa
No. 428
Ten requests to the Government of Canada for improving the well-being of the environment
No. 423
Re-evaluation of glyphosate by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency and the United States Environmental Protection Agency
No. 422
Results of wheat, oats, and corn sampling for glyphosate by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
No. 411
Policies and strategies for managing non-fuel radioactive waste
No. 410
Canada’s progress on implementing and reporting on Agenda 2030
No. 409
Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 threshold for excessive heating and other adverse effects from radiofrequency and microwave wireless radiation on the human eye and on infants
No. 407
Scientific review processes to determine limits on exposure to radiofrequency radiation according to Safety Code 6
No. 406
Recognition, protection, and accessibility for persons who suffer health impairment related to contamination by electromagnetic pollution
No. 403
Exposure of vulnerable persons to microwave and radiofrequency radiation
No. 402
Precautionary messaging and advisories in schools for safer use of wireless devices
No. 399
Scientific weight of evidence for Safety Code 6, Health Canada’s radiofrequency exposure guidelines
No. 398B
Follow-up petition on adequate warnings to Canadians about the effects of radiofrequency and microwave radiation from personal and household wireless devices
No. 398
Adequate warnings to Canadians about the effects of radiofrequency and microwave radiation from personal and household wireless devices
No. 394
Adequacy of environmental risk assessment of industrial facility in Port Alberni, British Columbia
No. 393
Concerns about the spraying of pesticides close to a school in a rural area
No. 387
Concerns about Canada’s continued use and import of asbestos
No. 386
Regulatory requirements and due process for transporting hazardous waste into Canada for disposal
No. 382
Public consultation process for the re-evaluation of the herbicide glyphosate
No. 378
Safety Code 6 and protection from electromagnetic radiation generated by a cell tower antenna
No. 374
Federal actions on climate change adaptation in Canada’s North
No. 372
Federal responsibilities toward cancer prevention from risks associated with environmental carcinogens
No. 371
Environmental risks of hazardous goods transported by rail