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Woman wrapped tin foil around BC Hydro meter to prevent pain

By Jeremy Hainsworth August 30, 2019   B.C.’s Human Rights Tribunal has ruled that a B.C. woman can’t prove her smart electrical meter is causing serious health issues. File photo Times Colonist A B.C. woman can’t prove her smart electrical meter is causing “many, very serious, symptoms she describes” and would have a problem proving […]

5G Towers verses Community Fibre Optics

A presentation put together by concerned lower mainland residents was recorded at Maple Ridge City Hall.  It talks about the issues with wireless and the coming 5G.  Focus on the safe option of Fibre Optics is covered, mentioning that Community Broadband needs to be Fibre Only and avoid covering neighbourhoods with Small Cells. Various communities in […]

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 […]

Antenna proposed for Mission Sports Park

Many that live in the homes beside Mission Sport Park do not want the proposed 82 FOOT cell tower to be placed there. What can people do? 1-  Attend the City Hall meetings –  Tuesday April 3 and 18, 2017  7PM   2- Sign the petition www.change.org/p/mayor-randy-hawes-mission-sports-park-no-high-mast-cell-tower-allowed 3- Join the Conversation  Facebook Group : Mission Sports […]

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 […]

Mission BC hillside covered in Antennas

New Telus antennas are being installed in Mission BC, called “eNodeB” (eNB)  by  Huawei  On the antennas it states it is FIBER OPTICS.  Is this for Telus Optik TV, Wireless from the street pole sent straight to your Optik TV Box? Some streets on the hill in Mission BC have FIVE of these Antennas.  Let […]

More telecommunication towers considered

by  Kevin Mills – Mission City Record posted Mar 12, 2016 at 7:00 AM Three more telecommunication towers could be constructed in Mission. WIND Mobile telecommunication network wants to launch in Mission, and has requested permission to construct a 41-metre tower at 32086 Lougheed Highway (behind the Mission Sikh Temple) and a 10.9-metre tower at 8294 Cedar Street. A third, 2.8-metre […]

New cell tower proposed for Mission’s Steelhead area

by  Kevin Mills – Mission City Record Jan 22, 2016 at 8:00 AM   Mission could soon be home to another telecommunication tower. An application has been filed by Cypress Land Service Incorporated, on behalf of Telus, to construct a new 60-metre tower at Red Mountain, located on Dewdney Trunk Road in the Steelhead area. […]

New cell tower proposed – Council supports application to build structure in Mission

by  Kevin Mills – Mission City Record   posted Oct 9, 2015 at 4:00 PM A new telecommunications tower could rise in Mission.  Council has agreed to support an application by Rogers Communication to construct a tower on the rural property located at 31866 Rodman Ave. in the southwest area of Mission.  The application was originally submitted in 2013. However, the previous council […]

Small cell tech comes to Mission

by  Carol Aun – Mission City Record posted Mar 23, 2014 at 5:00 AM— updated Mar 24, 2014 at 10:12 AM Telus will be using small cell technology to improve wireless communications in Mission. Beginning next month, the telecommunications company will be installing 100 small cell units on 50 existing poles in Mission’s urban area. These units are 30 cm by 27 cm, […]

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