A walking bridge in Port Coquitlam, BC had cellular antennas added to it several years go, but recently more were added. Considering the location is right beside some homes, it was obvious that the levels there were of a concern. Upon arrival to measure the RF levels, the levels were not too bad down at […]
Archive for June, 2016
Thu., 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 message […]
Tom Wheeler, head of the FCC in the US (comparable to Ind. Canada), who has had a long history of working for and with the telecom industry, gave one of the scariest speeches ever, basically saying that technology was to be allowed to develop and be used without regulation, without concerns for any ramifications. Technology at all costs, […]
By Elza Holmstedt Pell | EurActiv.com June 15, 2016 at 8:30:23 PM This article is part of a special report series: Consumers, regulators and energy efficiency in buildings A transition to an intelligent electricity grid in Europe can take place without smart meters, industry players have said, in comments that will embarrass the European Commission, […]
Residents speak to Maple Ridge City Council about the proposed cellular antenna tower in Websters Corners (Dwedney Trunk Road).
Area councillor says a choice has to be made By David Bell, CBC News Posted: Jun 14, 2016 8:44 PM MT Last Updated: Jun 14, 2016 8:44 PM MT Ward 2 Coun. Joe Magliocca says residents will have to decide how important cell service is to them. (Mike Symington/CBC) For the second time in three years residents in […]
Sharon Noble, the director of the Coalition to Stop Smart Meters in BC is interviewed by CFAX 1070 AM Ian Jessop. June 6, 2016