CHRC Fecteau misrepresents CHRC complaint, recommends rejection. Brown C, editor. Ottawa: CHRC; 1985.
CHRC Diane Fecteau provides revisionist summary of my complaint demanding accommodation in the provision of regulations concerning pesticide labelling, as recommended by Health and Welfare and implemented by Agriculture Canada. Fecteau's dismissive summary decides that the complaint, which is clearly about labelling, quotes labelling section of pest control act, is actually about usage and therefore a provincial, not a federal, concern. In a related matter, probably 200,000 Canadians have been killed unnecessarily in health care since Fecteau and her colleagues unprofessionally interfered with this complaint.
Riedel recommends pesticide labelling. Ottawa: Health and Welfare; 1985.
Deiter Riedel was Health and Welfare's file manager on pesticide related recommendations. He recommended that Agriculture Canada consider changing the federally required labels on pesticides to include a warning concerning persons with sensitivities.