From Keith Brooks, Environmental Defence <[email protected]>
Subject Public consultation on plastics is open
Date December 2, 2020 10:12 PM
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It’s time to have your say

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[[link removed]] John, You and thousands of Canadians have demanded serious action to curb the wave of
plastic waste flowing into the environment, landfills, parks and waterways. The
federal government is listening. The government is proposing to add plastics to the Toxic Substance List under
the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) and released a list of six
plastic single-use items it proposes to ban. This is progress but we need to demand more. Right now, the plastics industry
is lobbying against bans and challenging the validity of labelling plastics as
[[link removed]] John, you can still have your say on the future of plastics
in Canada.
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Take a minute to participate in the federal government’s public consultation on
its proposed action plan to tackle plastic waste. This is an opportunity to ask
the federal government to transition Canada to a low-carbon and toxic-free
circular economy.
You only have until Thursday, December 9 to submit your letter.
Tell Minister Wilkinson not to let the plastics lobby stand in the way of ending
Canada’s plastic pollution problem.
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Sincerely, Keith Brooks Programs Manager [[link removed]] [[link removed]] [[link removed]] [[link removed]]
Environmental Defence Canada
116 Spadina Avenue, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2K6

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