Maintain the status of PEI as a honeybee tracheal mite free island.

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Mary C
8 years ago
All beings love and cherish life, just like us. Please watch shows "Animal World" on www.suprememastertv.com to understand the noble and loving nature of animals.

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Carla Morgan
9 years ago
Why not take advantage of the protection from disease our bees on PEI now have?

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Linda Carson
9 years ago
It's important to protect the healthy bees already on the island and to support the local bee keepers, bringing in infected hives will hurt everyone.

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Yogi Fell
9 years ago
Former bee keeper it is very difficult to maintain the hives in PEI do not need to import more trouble. love and hugs

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Deborah Stevenson
9 years ago
Importing infected bees is like intentionally importing a serious potato disease. I want to keep my hives healthy.

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yvette burke
9 years ago
I,am a beekeeper and have a great deal of financial and emotional investment in my colonies, I can not take the risk of loosing everything i have. give the local beekeepers a chance to increase there colonies to meet the pollination need.

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Riel Brown
9 years ago
It is so simple. We need to protect our bees more than ever. Without them, there is no us.

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Biruta Morozevicius
9 years ago
In agreement with statement; allowing in infected hives will have long term devasting effects to healthy hives. As bees are already endangered, it is imperative to protect them from further decline.

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William Long
9 years ago
We need to protect our pollinators and the industry they support... FOOD.

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Darcie Lanthier
9 years ago
Bees would be fine without people, but people cannot live without bees. To allow a few greedy, insecticide spraying businesses to risk the entire population is an outrage.