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Divided opinions leave 5G service on hold at City Hall

James Snell    Sep 28, 2021 5G wireless service, a cutting-edge technology installed in many cities around the world and a topic of ongoing debate in Winnipeg, may still be a distant dream for those wanting ultra-high speed cellular service. Some Winnipeggers are against 5G – small cell – for supposed health reasons like hypersensitivity to […]

CELL TOWER IN NORTH QUALICUM VOTED DOWN

2021-06-25  stopsmartmetersbc.com Truly excellent news. After a presentation to Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) by Melanie Young, RN, the RDN voted down the North Qualicum cell tower on Tuesday, June 22 2021   Her excellent power point: https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Opposition-to-Qualicum-Bay-Telus-Comm-Tower-BC106547-Cochrane-Rd-Delegation-PowerPoint-to-RDN-by-Melanie-Young-R.N.-June-22-2021.pdf   https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2021-06-25-cell-tower-in-no-qualicum-voted-down/ 0

Vancouver City Council considers “Intelligent street light control system”/ Smart Grid

Stop Smart Meter Newsletter Update 2021-05-18 :  A member sent this notice of agenda items on Vancouver’s City Council’s agenda. At Wed., May 19 meeting, a report will be presented re. new LED lights that could serve as part of the “smart city” grid, gathering data surreptitiously. In other cities, there have been complaints about […]

Ottawa adds $1B to broadband fund for rural, remote communities

David Paddon  Canadian Press Published Monday, April 19, 2021 4:32PM EDT OTTAWA — The federal government will add $1 billion to a fund for improving high-speed communications in rural and remote areas of Canada, bringing the total to $2.75 billion by 2026, the Liberals said Monday in their first full budget since the pandemic began […]

Big Telecom Lobbies Ottawa Twice A Day

February 11, 2021 WRITTEN BY Peter Nowak, Vice-President Insight & Engagement Why are Bell and the other big telecom companies seemingly running amok right now? One major contributing factor is the access they have to the halls of power in Ottawa. At the same time as they are exerting oligopoly power over consumer prices, unnecessarily […]

Urgent Appeal To The Government Of Canada To Suspend The 5G Rollout

more videos Citizens Forum’s interview with the C4ST.org ‘s Chairman & CEO Frank Clegg The URGENT APPEAL TO THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TO SUSPEND THE 5G ROLLOUT AND TO CHOOSE SAFE AND RELIABLE FIBRE CONNECTIONS c4st.org/5gappeal/ Oct 28 2020 Frank was the President of Microsoft Canada until 2005. Now his prime activity and concern is […]

Winnipeg – STOP 5G CALL TO ACTION

A terrific achievement by 5G Winnipeg Awareness to have the City of Winnipeg include “small cell technology review” on their public platform asking for feedback before 5G trials begin. On the “engage winnipeg” page there is a section with a poll and survey, allowing comments.   Urgent STOP 5G CALL TO ACTION – For Winnipeg […]

BELL 5G Maps – OCT 18 2020

2021   https://www.bell.ca/mobility/our_network/5g#INT=Search_SearchResults_TitleLink     BELL 5G Maps – SEPT 2020 Bell 5G Network Expands to More Cities in BC, Alberta and Ontario  Sept 24 2020  by Gary Ng Telus announced yesterday it had expanded its 5G network to various cities in B.C., Alberta and Ontario, ahead of upcoming 5G devices set to debut, which […]

TELUS Expands its 5G network to Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Port Moody and Victoria, BC

Thursday, September 24, 2020 Burnaby, BC, September 24, 2020–(T-Net)  TELUS announced today that it has expanded its 5G network to Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Port Moody and Victoria, BC for both residents and businesses. By the end of the year, nearly 50 communities will be able to experience the speed and quality of TELUS’ […]

Council to decide on tower

Oliver council will be choosing between telecommunication tower renderings on Monday Casey Richardson – Sep 20, 2020 / 4:00 am  Photo: Contributed One rendering of the proposed telecommunications tower The Town of Oliver will be reviewing the simulations of the proposed placement of the telecommunications tower at 6450 Spartan Street. After the Council supported a […]

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