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Bees and the call for a pesticide ban

Millions of bees are dying. Ontario beekeepers say without a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides, their business will die too. But Ontario grain farmers say the pesticides are the critical to their crops. What at stake for you in this battle over bees?


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