Ban Glitter in Canada

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I am asking Federal and Provincial government  to legislate and ban the usage production and sale of Glitter in Canada. 

Among many scientific articles we can read these facts reported by

« Glitter is made of a polymer known as Mylar and its size, normally about a millimeter across, makes it a microplastic.

Researchers estimated in 2014 that 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic weighing nearly 270,000 tons are drifting in seas across the globe. What’s more, microplastics account for 92.4% of this floating plastic waste. And the size of microplastics makes them look like food particles to fish and other marine life.

One in three fish caught in Great Britain had ingested microplastics, according to a 2012 study from Professor Richard Thompson at Plymouth University. Sea creatures from mackerel to zooplankton have been found to eat plastics, with some specieschoosing them over their typical diets. »

Guess what happens when fishes eats plastic and we eats fishes...