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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 […]

Hamilton scraps free downtown public Wi-Fi

CBC News – December 10, 2012 Hamilton is spending $30,000 to get rid of its downtown public wireless internet access service. With Wi-Fi already provided at many restaurants, coffee shops and hotels, the city’s downtown Wi-Fi service is outdated, unreliable and redundant, councillors heard Monday morning when they voted to discontinue the service. “We don’t […]

Taiwan removal of 1500 Cell Towers

MBABANE – Taiwanese legislators ordered the removal of 1 500 mobile phone masts stating that homes and schools must not be exposed to the risk of radiation. The radiation emitted by mobile phone base stations could cause cancer, miscarriages, and could even drive people to suicide. The action by the Taiwanese government was one of […]

Couple pressures BC Hydro to remove smart meter

A couple from Cache Creek, B.C., has successfully had their smart meter replaced with an analog meter after complaining to BC Hydro the meter was making them ill, but the utility company has said it won’t be making other exceptions.