The public deserves answers about the BC Lung Association’s involvement in a tainted air scandal

  (Public domain photo)   The newest blog article from the Gabriola Clean Air Society examines further the serious problem of the BC Lung Association’s involvement in (and associated profit from) promoting the sale of harmful smoke-producing products through wood stove exchange and associated pro-wood burning programs.  Wood stove exchanges, which have been a major boon…

Which matters more: business interests or public health?

— Reflections on the HPBA’s hiring of a public relations firm that helped the hearth industry to defeat a 2015 wood burning ban Why are so many decision-makers at all levels of government throughout North America so evidently reluctant to do the right thing and implement wood burning bans that are essential for protecting clean air and…