Useful Links (drop down menu)
 

                                

    

 

Canadian Branches and National Organization: 


National Organization: 

  HEF - Human Ecology Foundation Canada

Canadian Branches: 

EHA Nova Scotia

EHA Quebec

EHA Ontario

EHA Alberta

EHA British Columbia
 

 

 


 


Government of Canada: 

Canada Housing and Mortgage (CMHC)

Canadian Human Rights Commission

Health Minister Restates Government Commitment to Regulated Natural Health Products - May 2000 

Health Canada

Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Food Recalls and Allergy Alerts

Canadian Environmental Protection Act

 


U.S.: 

National Center for Environmental Health

Consumer Product Safety Commission

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

New England Journal of Medicine 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

 

 


Environmental Health/Protection/Safety Organizations:

Coalition for a Healthy Ottawa  - Calling for a ban on lawn pesticides

Cancer Prevention Coalition - International Leading Authority on the Causes and Prevention of Cancer - with Dr.Samuel Epstein, M.D.

Environmental Defense

European Environmental Bureau

Health and Environment Resource Center

Washington Toxics Coalition

New York No-spray Coalition

Corporate Accountability International

Safer World Internet network

Sustainable Development International Corp.

No Fragrance Org.

Friends of the Earth

Beyond Pesticides

National Environmental Trust

Environmental Illness Information and Resources

Chemical Reaction

Greenpeace

Environmental News Network

Environmental Working Group

Greenspace Alliance of Canada's Capital

Sierra Club of  Canada

Sierra Club

Pollution Probe

The Pesticide Education Network - Ottawa

Health Dangers of Urban Use of Pesticides (HDUUP) - Ottawa

Beyond Pesticides - National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides

Healthy Indoors - Achieving Healthy Indoor Environments in Canada

HEAL - Human Ecology Action League Inc.

WEEP - The Canadian initiative to stop wireless, electric and electromagnetic pollution

 

 


Associations:

Center for Public Integrity
The Center for Public Integrity is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization that conducts investigative research and reporting on public policy issues in the United States and around the world.

The Center was founded in 1989 by Charles Lewis following a successful 11-year career in network television news. Through thorough, thoughtful and objective analyses, the Center hopes to serve as an honest broker of information – and to inspire a better-informed citizenry to demand a higher level of accountability from its government and elected leaders.

American Environmental Health Foundation

The Ontario Society of Physicians for Complementary Medicine

National Environmental Health Association 

Lung Association of Canada

World Health Organization  

 

 


Clinics:
 
Nova Scotia Environmental Health Centre

Environmental Health Center - Dallas 

Mayo Clinic


 


Environmental Sensitivities: 

A Guide for the Workplace Accommodation

Alison Johnson MCS Website

Chemical Injury Information Network

Chemical Sensitivity Foundation

The Environmental Health Research Foundation 

MCS Referral & Resources

Canaries Foundation Inc. "no acceptable risk"

Guide to Less Toxic Products

Six Household Chemicals to Avoid

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Survivors

WEEP - Living with electro-hypersensitivity (EMFs)  


 


Alternative Medicine: 

American Academy of Environmental Medicine

Autism - Jackie McMillan, Autism Spectrum Consultant

 

 


Homeopathy: 

Homeopathy Centre

Real Medicine - Ottawa 

 

 


 

Legal Assistance

Scott Simser - A Canadian lawyer specializing in environmental sensitivities and chronic fatigue cases

 

 


Children:

Froggie

  


Vitamins & Supplements:

Vitamins and Dietary Supplements 

 

 

 

Scientific Research: 

Canadian Human Rights Commission: The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities
By: Margaret E. Sears (M.Eng., Ph.D.)

WEEP - The Canadian initiative to stop wireless, electric and electromagnetic pollution

 

 


Environmentally Friendly Suppliers / Builders:

Healthy Home Services

E.L. Foust

Your Healthy House

La Maison du 21e siècle

Tom's of Main

Envirocentre

California Certified Organic Growers

Rainbow Foods - Natural Foods Ottawa

Sleeptek

 

 


Travel

Environmentally Safe(r) Accomodations Directory

The Safer Travel Directory 

 

 


Related Illneses

Allergy Details Website

Asthma Moms

Autism - Jackie McMillan, Autism consultant

CFIDS Association of America

Gulf War Veteran Resource Pages

ME/CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) & Fibromyalgia Information

Overcoming Electrical Sensitivity

 


 

Housing

EcoProperty Canada

Unique listings of ecological and organic land, projects and proposals – for sale, for rent, to share, projects, land trusts, ecovillages, proposals and opportunities. Urban or rural, public or private.

MCS Village:

Description:


The purpose of this group is to discuss the feasibility of building a village(s) in which MCS/EI patients can live safely, and to provide a forum in which the legal, medical, geographic, architectural, social and funding issues relating to building such a community(ies) or village(s) may be discussed and resolved. In order to stay on topic, we will provide bookmarks to sites that cover other aspects of MCS/EI.

Please be courteous. Think of the members of this group as potential neighbors, as they will think of you :-)

This group is far more then the description implies! If one is looking for a safe location to move to, or/plus wants info on how safe a location is, or/and is planning on traveling and  looking for safe places to stay as well as to go to, tips and ideas, etc. for those with MCS - this is a  good place to ask.  Also topics regarding what makes a house safe are also discussed as well as products for a safe house. 


 


 

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