Fluoride Action Network

Moncton: What are your thoughts on restoring fluoride in our water supply?

Source: City of Moncton | December 16th, 2016
Location: Canada, New Brunswick

In 2011, Moncton City Council voted to adopt the following motion regarding fluoride in our water supply:

That the introduction of hexafluorosilicic acid into the Greater Moncton water supply cease for a period of five years, at which time it will be reviewed;

That the City of Moncton request the New Brunswick Department of Health and/or the New Brunswick Dental Society, to collect appropriate data over this period using valid statistical research methods, comparing dental cary rates among individuals of different ages in fluoridated vs. non-fluoridated communities in New Brunswick, in order that the issue may be appropriately assessed.

The 5-year period has come to an end and City Council is seeking input on whether or not fluoride should be restored in our water supply.

Special Committee of the Whole Meeting

On January 30th, a special public Committee of the Whole session will be held at 5 pm in Council Chambers, 655 Main St.

City Council will receive presentations from representatives of special interests groups only. No decision will be during this meeting as it is intended to be an opportunity for groups to present their specific views on the topic.

Share your thoughts with us

We want to hear your thoughts and views on the topic and invite you to fill out the form below by February 6, 2017.

Members of Council will review and take into consideration all individual comments submitted online as well as information presented by the groups during the January 30th session.

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