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“Easter time for allergies”, Canadian Press, 1982.,
Canadian Press story warns of allergic reactions on holidays.
“Ministry pays $384 a day to keep woman with allergies in Texas clinic”, The Ottawa Citizen, 1986.,
AGES did not sabotage consumers the way HEF did constantly. Sending patients to Texas for diagnosis and detoxing reflected a part of the Ontario Ministry of Health's schizophrenia about environmental sensitivities.
“Epp needs proof acid rain a health threat”, The Ottawa Citizen, 1987.,
Unbelievable but true.
“Faulty ventilation systems lead to learning setbacks”, Toronto Star, 1988.,
Much work has existed for centuries on kids, education and sensitive or "delicate" children. Some educators seem to have forgotten the Fresh Air or Open Air School Movements, and seem oblivious to centuries of clinical and institutional literature and experience.
“CBC sues to fight hiring probe”, 1989.
It is hard to explain how one feels to see people one has respected fighting against peoples' human rights.
“'Environmental Sensitivity' can give people tax break”, Globe and Mail, 1989.,
The federal government moved forward, but journalists will not. Canadian Press never has understood the difference between sensitivities as long known to medicine, and concern expressed by people such as Barry Zimmerman about some of the flakier concepts proposed by doctors of environmental medicine. Canadian Press has not understood the difference between defining a single disease, versus dealing with a problem that can be caused by a compendium of disorders. Canadian Press does not understand that a hospital is very much a part of the environment if you have sensitivities. Canadian Press does not understand why people are entitled to freedom from arbitrary interference, from the imposition of a reverse onus. Canadian Press does not understand basic ethics of clinical medicine, or academic science, of being a professional, of administrating an Act of Parliament.
“Food Behind Boy's Hyperactivity”, 1991.
Across Canada, in 2010, children with learning and behavioural disabilities are still being horrifically abused in schools.
“Fumes in toxic rooms may endanger health”, 1992.
Children are being caused disability in inappropriate nurseries.