Archive for category British Columbia

Keg Antenna in New West

The Motorola “Keg” Antenna ( Motorola AP7181 Access Point ) is something they tested in Stratford Ontario. “multi-radio 802.11n mesh access point” “The AP 7181 features 2.4 GHz and 5.x GHz radios that support 3×3 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology reaching a maximum data rate of 300 Mbps. ” - Barcodes Inc  It has been spotted in […]

Smart meter foes go cold

Nicholas Johansen - Dec 16, 2016 / 5:00 am As the temperature continues to drop into negative double digits, several people in the Okanagan and Kootenays are without electricity in their homes, after refusing smart meters. While FortisBC wouldn’t provide an exact number, the utility company says “fewer than 10″ electricity customers have had their power turned […]

eNode : Langford residents still at odds with telecommunication giant

Langford residents J Scott (from left) and Corinne Marley are joined by Central Saanich resident Norm Ryder and Colwood resident Sharon Noble to discuss a new petition Scott is circulating online relating to the installation of microcell transmitters on utility poles around the region. — Image Credit: Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette Staff by  Katherine Engqvist – Goldstream News […]

Micro-cell transmitters on utility poles concern Langford residents

by  Katherine Engqvist – Goldstream News Gazette Langford, West Shore posted Oct 19, 2016 at 6:00 PM— updated Oct 20, 2016 at 10:13 AM Langford resident J. Scott and Highlands resident Janis Hoffmann take a look at the cellphone transmitter that was installed near Scott’s home on Fairway Avenue. — Image Credit: Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette StaffJ Scott was on holidays when Telus Communications […]

Power struggle leaves Mission couple in the dark

For four days, a Mission couple has been living in a home without any electricity thanks to a struggle between their landlord and BC Hydro.  Jonathan Glasgow and Kendra Mangione, CTV Vancouver  Published Friday, October 28, 2016 5:50PM PDT  A couple renting part of a home in Mission has spent several days in the dark […]

Parliament : e-404 (Cellphone towers) Petition

  A petition was presented in Canada’s House of Commons today, by Member of Parliament David Tilson: https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-404 (English) and https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/fr/Petition/Details?Petition=e-404 (French) A government response has not yet been tabled.

BC Firestation Cell Tower REMOVED

In 2001 to 2007 the Richmond, BC Firestation had a large cell tower on their roof, which other lower mainland fire stations did also, but taking a look on google maps street view, they obviously got rid of it after June 2015.   Richmond, BC Firestation (2002)   2007 antenna remains on the Richmond firehouse […]

Regulator rules smart meters not a fire risk but wants more information from utilities

BC Utilities Commission rejects citizen’s complaint over alleged Hydro power meter dangers By Bob Mackin | Aug. 29, 2016, 2:58 p.m. BC Hydro began installing smart meters in 2012 under a $1 billion program to increase energy efficiency, sparking customer fears of billing and rate hikes, loss of privacy and harms to health | Submitted The BC Utilities […]

Mandatory Exposure to Microwave Radiation In Our Schools Has Left 11 Year Old With No Where To Go To School

ParentsforSafeSchool‏  and  SafeinSchoolOrg  https://twitter.com/SafeinSchoolOrg http://www.oliverchronicle.com/wireless-technology-exposure-impacting-11-year-old-student/ https://electroplague.com/2013/08/15/tyler-hoffmann-colwood-bc/ 8:24 AM – 21 Jul 2016 Tyler is one of many children who is suffering from the mandatory exposure to the wireless technology that has been installed in our schools. Parents are frustrated with having to deal with School Boards who are willfully turning a blind eye to the thousands of […]

Tom Fletcher, Goldstream Gazette RE: Smart Meter Class action lawsuit

After all the years of reading Tom Fletcher’s attacks, diatribes and clearly biased articles about smart meters and our resistance to this mandatory program, it was odd to read one that had even a modicum of truth in it. What wasn’t unexpected was he missed the entire point of the class action and the most important part of Judge Adair’s decision.