Ontario said on Tuesday that it will ban the sale and general use of pesticides in what the province said would be among the toughest such environmental laws in North America.
Canada’s most populous province said the new legislation — expected to take effect next spring — would outlaw homeowners’ use of lawn and garden pesticides for such things as killing dandelions. Exceptions would be made for golf courses, farms and forests.
In Canada, only the province of Quebec has a similar ban, and according to the pesticide industry no U.S. state has a ban in place…
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