Archive for March, 2016

Smart Meter Fire in Owen Sound

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 6:15 PM by Matthew Sanderson Fire officials say a number of electrical issues could have caused the small fire. A picture of the damage caused by a fire in a smart meter in Owen Sound. (photo from @IAFF531)  Owen Sound, Ontario A smart meter caught on fire at a home in Owen Sound. […]

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 […]

EHS : What it is and what its like to live with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Sensitivity

Local teachers unions in Ontario call for moratorium on Wi-Fi use in schools

Two teachers’ union locals in Kingston, Ontario, want their school to permanently switch off wireless internet connections over concerns the over-the-air signals post a significant health risk. Public health units across the country maintain Wi-Fi is perfectly safe, even for young children. But that hasn’t prevented various teachers unions and school boards, including the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, from calling for a moratorium on wireless use in schools if not an outright ban.

Kingston CKWS : Canadian Teacher Union Wants Wifi Banned From Schools

Breaking News March 10, 2016 : Two local teachers unions are calling on the Limestone School Board to get rid of WI-FI in area schools. The unions say there is growing evidence that the wireless technology may pose health risks.

More telecommunication towers considered

by  Kevin Mills – Mission City Record posted Mar 12, 2016 at 7:00 AM Three more telecommunication towers could be constructed in Mission. WIND Mobile telecommunication network wants to launch in Mission, and has requested permission to construct a 41-metre tower at 32086 Lougheed Highway (behind the Mission Sikh Temple) and a 10.9-metre tower at 8294 Cedar Street. A third, 2.8-metre […]