75 percent of Ontarians support a moritorium on fracking
Don’t frack Ontario!

In communities across North America, hydraulic fracturing (also known as “fracking”) has left a legacy of polluted water and environmental destruction. Now it looks like fracking is coming to Ontario.
 
Fracking contaminates millions of litres of fresh water per well. Companies inject dozens of toxic chemicals into the ground to break up shale rock formations to reach trapped oil and gas. Fracked wells also leak vast quantities of methane – a powerful greenhouse gas.
 
But the Ontario government can keep fracking out of our province. In March, Peter Tabuns, MPP for Toronto—Danforth, introduced a bill that would ban fracking in Ontario.

The Wynne government immediately rejected the bill. Natural Resources Minister Bill Mauro said there’s no fracking in Ontario, so there’s no need for a ban – but he knows that his government has been encouraging fracking exploration. In fact, the Ontario government has been doing geological surveys for industry – for free!
 
That’s not what people want. In a 2014 poll, 75% of Ontarians supported a moratorium on fracking.
 
Let’s tell the Ontario government to protect our water, health and climate from fracking. Let’s ban fracking before it begins.
 
TO: Premier Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario (premier@ontario.ca)
CC: John Yakabuski, PC Energy Critic (john.yakabuski@pc.ola.org)
CC: Peter Tabuns, NDP Energy Critic (tabunsp-qp@ndp.on.ca)
 
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