For every 100 professionals who offer to help, 98 will want to use you as needs substantiation for flaky theories, dangerous clinical practices or the unethical sale of treatments and medicine. The Canadian Society for Environmental Medicine has replaced the actual history with a self-aggrandizing revisionist version that invisibilizes patients' right to protection.
Public service unions like CUPE might fight to protect their members from getting headaches from perfume, but they do so in a way that manufactures consent for ploughing under and killing patients with undiagnosed sensitivities in health facilities where their members work.
[Editor's note: This submission was made in 2005, at which point the Liberal-controlled Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health disappeared it.]
The Public Service Integrity Officer, Dr. Ed Keyserlingk, says public servants are afraid to speak out about abuse. Certainly several are remaining silent about this unethical and damaging eclipse, quoting retribution as their reason.
In 1990, as Health and Welfare Canada began addressing attitudes about sensitivities in the federal realm, Dr. Bruce Halliday, MP, invited testimony before the Parliamentary human rights committee. The minutes are attached.
23 February 2007 - AGES is predicting that the Canadian Human Rights Commission will soon lie to Canadians about environmental sensitivities. Their deceit will temporarily exonerate the RCMP and Justice officials for ignoring a criminal cover-up under the Liberals that has contributed to thousands of Canadian deaths.
10 August 2007 - While in opposition, John Manley, MP, helped to forward concerns about preventable harm being caused to persons with environmental sensitivities. Once he was in government, the fact kids were being abused in schools and injured or killed while receiving health care didn't faze him. His government had reversed the position he'd fought for.