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  September 19, 2020
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CBDNetwork for Tourism

An SBO Company
Canada
Canada
Toll free: 011-604-941-9022 (helpline)

Phone: 011-604-945-8408
Fax: 011-604-941-9022
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Description:

Welcoming all membership: respondents, friends and guests to our e-mail listing or loop of this outlet or group.

We look forward to our viewership and their incoming opinions and contributions to our content and materials.

As a group we openly subscribe to values of: civic engagement, intellectual curiosity,  entrepreneurial spirit, the critical role of academe and professional practice of exceptional character and quality to make plans for the Life Industries hub of the GVRD advance. 

All snail mail correspondence to: 1440 Barberry Drive Pt. Coquitlam Brit. Columbia in Canada.  (Phone first if in doubt.)

Listing of consortia of outlets as of 2020-21:  Abbatech, Agro-technologica, Agropharm, Agrophil, American, Aussie, Botanie, Can-biocor, Cardiomedis, CBDNetwork, Citech, Earth, Far East, Farmsdale, G, G, Gastrex, Gelogex, Global, IBPN, Immuno, INC, Lignocel, Manilla, MEDBios, Novo, Novo, Organo, People, Porin, Raccoon,  Raccoon, Raccoon, Seco, Senior, Skye Blue Enterprise, Skye Blue Organization, Skye Blue Publications, Skyeview, Skyeview, Skyeview, Solarama, Soyaus, Synthetics, U. S., World-wide, Zambezi, and Zulu-polera. (=48 call sign cos.)

Our policy is to enjoin all that biotechnology has to offer in technology. We believe in: 1) continuing the development of enzyme technology's use, 2) fusion hybrids with biocontrol measures, 3) genetic editing with stable back- crossing  of genetic breeds and with rec-DNA-free product labelling, 4) marker-assisted breeding offering precision and in faster time with genomics, 5) and the recent development to SkyeBlue regards dsRNA or iRNA delivery systems effecting targeted gene silencing. We hope there is a moratorium on enacting GMO technology. Gene editing technology as it stands is still GMO. Note: Chemical and X-ray mutagenesis with protoplast fusant variants or technology is non-GMO. GMO is admittedly entered in animal feed or material and in food of plant and animal origin and is still subject to public opposition or scrutiny.

Labelling in industry with production/consumption is the upshot of using regulatory notions as: hormone-free for foodsafe purposes, antibiotic-free for public health precuationaries (not to be overstated), novel GMO-free labelling (a major moratoria in this day and age and continuing trend), vegan restrictive labelling and expensive organic approaches with labelling. 

We encourage all to enjoin our e-mail club to also exercise their own initiatives to fulfill our common motto: "the more, the merrier!" Cheers and and best wishes to all members to the public of bloggers and e-mail club members! 



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