LSL- Visit Penticton Jet Ski Rentals – 2018 Calendar Sponsors

Visit Penticton Jet Ski Rentals for your water sport needs in our Okanagan Location and hours; Penticton Yacht Club (293 Marina Way) June 2nd – Sept 20th 9:00am – 7:00pm website – pentictonjetskirentals.com Locals Supporting Locals 2018 5th Annual Calendar sponsors. We are featuring our local businesses that participate in our 5th annual calendar not only through our calendar but as well through video commercials so you can see who they are ,what they do and how to find them.Locals Supporting Locals 2018 5th Annual Calendar sponsors. We are featuring our local businesses that participate in our 5th annual calendar not only through our calendar but as well through video commercials so you can see who they are ,what they do and how to find them. Please contact us if you wish to sponsor our 2018 calendar you can call 250-770-9789 or email kevinproteau.locals@gmail.com and join our support local Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/penti… follow us on our website as well http://localssupportinglocals.ca/ and subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHIH

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Vancouver Bankruptcies Are SOARING As Interest Rates Are Hiked!

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the soaring bankruptcies in Vancouver which are up 17.94% since last year. According to Business Insider, “The OSB received 184 bankruptcy filings in June 2017, a 17.94% increase from the same month last last year. Total assets in these filings add up to $5.09 million, vs $17.32 million in outstanding liabilities.” Total insolvencies are up 2.43% as well.

(CFIA) found the highest amount of glyphosate (Monsanto’s Roundup) in foods most people might never suspect as problematic

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A recent study by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) found the highest amount of glyphosate (Monsanto’s Roundup) in foods most people might never suspect as problematic. Worse than that, the study found that nearly one-third of all foods tested now contain glyphosate.

The CFIA, a Canadian federal government agency, tested 3188 foods over the previous two years and recently released their findings, which include:

Fresh fruits and vegetables 7.3 percent

Processed fruits and vegetables 12.1 percent

Grain products 36.6 percent

Juice and other beverages 16.3 percent

Bean/pea/lentil products 47.4 percent

Soy products 11 percent

Infant cereal 31.7 percent

Other infant food 30.7 percent

Overall, 29.7 percent of the thousands of foods tested contained glyphosate. While the government agency indicates that 3.9 percent of grain products and 1.3 percent of overall foods exceed maximum residue limits (MRLs) set by the government, these MRLs have never been scientifically determined or tested. I have read many studies and reports on glyphosate and have never seen a single study that shows that there is actually a safe amount of glyphosate to ingest, so the MRLs used in the study are truly a moot point. It is far more significant that almost a third of the food supply tested in the study contained glyphosate. That’s alarming and unacceptable.

Here are the top 10 foods to buy organic to avoid eating Monsanto’s Roundup:

Buckwheat Products 100 percent tested positive for glyphosate, with an average of 118 parts per billion (ppb)

Pizza Products 97 percent tested positive for glyphosate, with an average of 152 ppb

Chickpea Products 94 percent tested positive, with an average of 668 ppb

Bean Flour 91 percent tested positive, with an average of 1359 ppb

Oats 83 percent tested positive, with an average of 509 ppb

Millet products 82 percent tested positive, with an average of 69 ppb

Flour (other than those already indicated) 81 percent tested positive, with an average of 116 ppb

Soy Flour 73 percent tested positive, with an average of 534 ppb

Lentil Products 68 percent tested positive for glyphosate, with an average of 272 ppb

Pea Products 50 percent tested positive for glyphosate, with an average of 283 ppb

It’s also alarming and unacceptable that nearly one-third of all the infant foods tested contained glyphosate residues. Obviously, there are many possible factors for the skyrocketing rates of cancers, including childhood cancers, but I can’t help but wonder how many children’s cancers or deaths could have been stopped if we simply stopped feeding them food with residues of cancer-causing pesticides.

 Erin Brockovich