Archive for category British Columbia

More Canadians petitioning the government about fear of cellphone radiation

A growing number of Canadians are very concerned about being zapped by radiation from their cellphones, baby monitors and wireless internet routers Seven of the 16 petitions “concerned potential adverse health effects on humans from radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation from personal wireless devices.” October 4, 2017   Maura Forrest If petitions are any indication, a growing […]

Cell tower won’t be built by Mission Sports Park

Kevin Mills – Mission City Record posted Sep 27, 2017 There will not be a cell tower constructed beside the Mission Sports Park. Last week, council gave its support to a proposal to construct the wireless communications facility at 7983 Nelson Street – at the Mission Golf and Country Club – rather than the original suggestion […]

UBCM Votes Yes to Having a Say in Microcell Placement

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   SALT SPRING, September 28 At the UBCM this morning, the province’s local governments voted to support a resolution on giving them a say when microcells are placed within 100 meters of homes, schools and hospitals in their communities. Enjoy this 1-minute animation on the Resolution: Support UBCM2017 Resolution B100   Why This Resolution […]

UBCM : Small Cells

UBCM focus on Local Control over Pot but not Radiation? Give me a Minute & I’ll Give you News  SALT SPRING, September 25 - The big story out of the UBCM so far this week is the BC government’s announcement that they are seeking public and municipal input on the legalization of marijuana.  But there is another […]

“Irresponsible installation”: Coquitlam Mayor calls out utility poles

By Michelle Morton  Reporter/News Anchor  CKNW Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart took to Facebook on Tuesday to complain about two utility poles installed by Telus, which he said could hurt someone. “It’s downright dangerous, this is equipment including significant wiring within about six feet of the ground right next to our community centre and most of the wiring […]

Scientists warn of potential serious health effects of 5G

September 11, 2017 PDF ENITRE DOCUMENT  : Scientist-Appeal-for-5G-Moratorium-September-11-2017 We the undersigned, more than 170 scientists from 37 countries, recommend a moratorium on the roll- out of the fifth generation, 5G, for telecommunication until potential hazards for human health and the environment have been fully investigated by scientists independent from industry. 5G will substantially increase exposure to […]

Schools block access to social media in the classroom

Maple Ridge schools block access to social media in the classroom Students can’t access Netflix, Snapchat, Instagram or Facebook when on school Wi-Fi ASHLEY WADHWANI  Fri Sep 8th, 2017 12:00pm   High school students in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows went back to class this week asking for the Wi-Fi password, only to be told they […]

ISED ( INDUSTRY CANADA ) wants 5G comments by SEPT 15

  NOTE :  ISED extended the deadline to SEPT 15, 2017   The federal department responsible for granting the expansion of transmitters and towers, Innovation, Science and Economic Development (formerly Industry Canada) is asking for public comments regarding 5G technology by Aug. 4.   It is important that all of us express our concerns and […]

5G : Canadian Gov Consultation on Releasing Millimetre Wave Spectrum

  Figure 1 – Canadian frequency allocations in the 28 GHz band This figure shows Canadian frequency allocations in the 28 GHz band (27.5 to 28.35 GHz). It shows that the entire band is currently allocated to fixed, fixed-satellite (Earth–to-space) and mobile services on a co-primary basis. It also shows that there are footnotes for the frequency ranges 27.500-27.501 GHz (No. 5.538), 27.501-28.35 GHz (No. 5.540), and […]

Health Canada continues to support erroneous statement on Marketplace

Feature from EMRABC member site Stopsmartmetersbc.com People are still getting responses to their emails regarding the CBC program about cellphones. One, and a response back, is below in Letters. Tim Singer is trying to personalize letters to some extent, but he continues to miss the point. A question I asked in response to the same letter that […]