Archive for category Newspaper

“Ostrich with its head in the sand”: Mississauga mom demands Catholic school board accommodate son’s Wi-Fi injury

“It’s a bigger problem than people realize,” said Paulette Rende. Jun 13, 2018 by Marta Marychuk  –  Mississauga News Alex Rende and his mother Paulette Rende outside the Dufferin Peel Catholic Separate School Board offices on Matheson Boulevard West. The Rendes are contending that Wi-Fi signals in the schools are causing issues with his health. Jun 6, […]

5G threat to Trees in UK

Group : Stop 5G UK Cathy Dowd 5,500 trees cut down in Sheffield to make way for new 5G Mobile Phone network. Chainsaw men protected by Police from protesters. I saw one Video of a tree being hauled away with a protester wrapped around it. The trees had originally been planted to commemorate war heroes. 5G […]

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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 […]

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.

Have you heard the Hum? BC man investigates strange sound heard around the world

By Jon Azpiri  Online News Producer  Global News April 17, 2016 Glen MacPherson first heard the Hum in 2012. He was in Sechelt when he detected a low-level drone that he thought was coming from nearby float planes. Over time, he started to realize the Hum had nothing to do with planes and tried to figure out what exactly was […]

Canadian Teacher, Forced out by Wi-Fi, Goes on Warpath

Thursday  Apr. 7, 2016 By Jack O’Dwyer Maria Plant, British Columbia teacher afflicted with electromagnetic hypersensitivity, has gone on the media warpath after years of rebuffs from government and school officials, scant media attention. She is publicizing the validation of her illness by a Canadian Parliamentary committee in any way she can. Among those resisting her […]

eNodeB : Fiber-Optic Upgrade, Penticton

Fibre-Optic upgrade bringing faster connectivity to region by Penticton Herald Staff   Feb 15, 2016 Telus is set to embark on a $27-million service upgrade in the Penticton area that will connect 90 per cent of homes and businesses to its fibre-optic network. It will allow upload speeds of up to 150 megabits per second […]

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, […]