Most Ontarians Think Toxic Chemicals Exist in their Environments (77%) and Personal Products (76%)

Almost All (96%) ‘Support’ Provincial Government’s Strategy to Reduce Toxic Chemicals in Ontario;
Most (67%) Say The Current Economic Situation Has Not Caused Them to Re-Think Their support

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Toronto, ON – A new Survey of Ontarians conducted on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society has revealed that three quarters (76%) of Ontarians believe there are toxic chemicals in their ‘environments’ (shorthand for where one works, lives or plays), while a similar proportion (77%) think they exist in the products that they use....

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Most Ontarians Think Toxic Chemicals Exist in their        Environments (77%) and Personal Products (76%)

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