The Write2Know Project is a letter-writing campaign that gives you the opportunity to ask federal scientists and Ministers about the results of the Canadian government’s environmental monitoring and scientific research programs.
How it works
Below is a list of questions generated by people concerned about the worldwide impacts of Canadian policies. You can select any or all of these prepared questions. Each link will take you to a page where you can read the background on that question and the letter we have prepared. It takes just seconds to add your name to these letters.
These letters will be sent directly to federal Ministers and Members of Parliament. Some of these questions are addressed both to federal scientists and Ministers. The scientists addressed in those letters will receive a single letter listing the names of all the people who selected and signed on to that question every few months. Ministers and Members of Parliament will receive copies of every letter you send.
Why does Health Canada continue to maintain its blood lead intervention level of 10 μg/dL when the ministry has financed recent studies and reports that refute the idea of an acceptable level of lead?