Archive for September, 2012

Suburban cell tower woes

Cellphone companies are placing antennae in residential areas without warning because Industry Canada rules say there doesn’t have to be any notification unless the towers are over 15 metres tall Cell tower regulations frustrate homeowners Towers under 15 metres tall avoid municipal scrutiny By Angela Gilbert, CBC News Posted: Sep 26, 2012 5:29 AM […]

Health Experts from 20 Countries Caution About Smart Meter Risks

MONTREAL, Sept. 24, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ – Children may particularly be at risk of developing electromagnetic hypersensitivity or diseases such as cancer from overexposure to radiofrequency(RF)/microwaves emitted by smart meters and other wireless devices, say 54 experts who have authored hundreds of peer-reviewed studies on the health effects of electromagnetic fields. “Adverse neurological effects have been reported […]

Smart Meter or NO Power at All? Nevada Energy Sends Three Armed Men to Disconnect Power- Just for ‘Opting Out’ Read the Full Story Here   Nevada Smart Meters 0

Coquitlam limits location, look of cell towers

BY JOHN KURUCZ, COQUITLAM NOW SEPTEMBER 12, 2012 10:15 AM A new set of guidelines gives the City of Coquitlam the right to mandate where cellphone companies put towers and how they look, though the municipality still remains powerless in the approval process. That was the overriding message coming out of what was, at times, a […]

Village of Widows

Village of Widows on Vision TV Michele LeTourneau Northern News Services NNSL (Feb 22/99) – The story goes something like this: Many years ago there existed the world’s first uranium mine. It was located on Great Bear Lake in the Northwest Territories. Many Sahtu Dene men worked for the mine, transporting uranium ore in gunnysacks on […]

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