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Bruce Hyer is a lifelong environmental champion passionate about conservation, halting pollution and promoting climate action. He has worked throughout North America on pesticide research and regulation, first helping to ban DDT in the US as a Senior Environmental Analyst in the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, later in Canada as a researcher for Pollution Probe and member of the Pesticides Action Committee. Bruce earned the Conservation Trophy from Ontario Nature and the Eco-Olympian Gold from the Sierra Club for his essential role in winning protection for Wabakimi Provincial Park, the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area, and numerous other wilderness areas. He sat as an NDP, Green, and Independent MP, and authored the Climate Change Accountability Act.

Bruce Hyer

Thunder Bay - Superior North
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