Archive for category wireless devices

Increase of Brain Tumours in Adolescents

C4ST In March of this year, Prevent Cancer Now posted a blog on their website called “Brain tumours now the most frequent form of cancer in U.S. adolescents: Ground-breaking American study.” It is a piece that depicts the staggering rate at which brain tumours are now affecting America’s youth. Not only are these brain tumours increasing in […]

Appeals Court Won’t Reconsider Challenge To Berkeley Cellphone Warnings Law

October 11, 2017 11:05 AM Filed Under: Appeals Court, Berkeley, Cellphone, Disputed, Law, Radiation, Warning SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A federal appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday turned down an industry group’s bid for reconsideration of the group’s challenge to a Berkeley cellphone warning law. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to […]

5G – Early data shows a slight increase of tumors in male rats exposed to cellphone radiation

Jim Puzzanghera  Aug 8 2017 –  LA TIMES As wireless companies prepare to launch the next generation of service, there are new questions about the possible health risks from radiation emitted by cellphones and the transmitters that carry the signals. Concerns about the potential harmful effects of radiofrequency radiation have dogged mobile technology since the […]

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 […]

New smart meters transmit 9,000 – 190,000 times daily

Friday Sep 22 2017 Posted by chrisurabe  – California     As many Alamedans know, AMP has been implementing their smart meter program in residential neighborhoods across Alameda this year. What most Alamedans do not know, however, is the hidden potential for danger these RF radiation emitting devices have. There is current evidence of a link between cancer […]

Smart Meter Fire at Quinte West FIRE HALL

  October 1st, 2017 by Brock Ormond Trenton / Quinte, Ontario The Quinte West Fire department’s response to a late Saturday afternoon fire was very fast – it was at their own station. Around 5 p.m. yesterday, Fire Captain Chris Wigley and another firefighter were in the office at their headquarters on 165 Front Street in […]

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 […]

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 […]