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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 […]

Usa : Bill S.19 “MOBILE NOW” Act

Thune Applauds Senate Passage of His MOBILE NOW Act August 3, 2017 WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), chairman of Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, issued the following statement on Senate approval by unanimous consent of S. 19, the MOBILE NOW Act, a bill to boost the development of next-generation gigabit wireless broadband services, including 5G, by […]

25,000 small cells – Massachusetts Ditches Plan for Commuter WiFi After Pole Complaints

08/14/2017 – 10:25am  by Diana Goovaerts The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority last week announced it is ditching a plan to expand WiFi access across all its commuter rail lines after residents expressed concern about the monopoles that would be used to provide connectivity. According to Boston news station WCVB, locals and lawmakers were worried about the […]

Gulf Islands : Cell Tower Plan Spurs Local Debate

Cell Tower Plan Spurs Local Debate North Pender community divided by Freedom Mobile proposal By Driftwood Staff Last updated Aug 1, 2017 When North Pender Island resident Diane Cuthbert received a letter in the mail addressed to “property owner” with the return address to a company called Prime Site Solutions, she almost threw it out. […]

Canada asleep, while USA begins to debate Small Cells

  Prior to last summer, Canadians really did not know what the industry was up to as far as the future of wireless.  EMRHA has been covering the effects from wireless devices for decades now, and the future does not look promising.  In the United States small cells are proposed to be installed all over […]

New Coquitlam Antenna

New Telus antenna in Coquitlam BC, just east of Lougheed Mall on Lougheed Highway at Guilby Street , Its close to residents     0

FCC vision of 5G – without regulation, without concerns

Tom Wheeler, head of the FCC in the US (comparable to Ind. Canada), who has had a long history of working for and with the telecom industry, gave one of the scariest speeches ever, basically saying that technology was to be allowed  to develop and be used without regulation, without concerns for any ramifications. Technology at all costs, […]

South Africa cell tower – New twist in iBurst tower battle

By EDITOR   14 January 2010   Wireless broadband provider iBurst believes it has definitive proof that a base station it operates in Fourways, north of Johannesburg, is not to blame for health problems afflicting some of the residents there. Residents of the Fourways community of Craigavon have threatened to take iBurst to court to have the base […]

Whonnock residents oppose cell tower

Whonnock resident Janet Foster is concerned about cell tower plans for next door. — Image Credit: Colleen Flanagan/The News  by  Phil Melnychuk – Maple Ridge News posted Apr 11, 2012 at 9:00 AM If Whonnock residents have their way, a 60-metre high cellphone tower won’t be built in their eastern Maple Ridge neighbourhood. But if they’re unsuccessful in stopping the tower, […]

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