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Comments needed to Stop V2V Communication

US Highway Admin is trying to force every car to have a transmitter/receiver , supposedly to reduce number of crashes.  Comments should be made ASAP – and share. If they do it in the US,  Canada will follow.  Please send comments. Note also the Essentia EM2 which helps monitor in real time such transmitters, even in rough […]

Mandatory Exposure to Microwave Radiation In Our Schools Has Left 11 Year Old With No Where To Go To School

ParentsforSafeSchool‏  and  SafeinSchoolOrg 8:24 AM – 21 Jul 2016 Tyler is one of many children who is suffering from the mandatory exposure to the wireless technology that has been installed in our schools. Parents are frustrated with having to deal with School Boards who are willfully turning a blind eye to the thousands of […]

Royal Canadian Police Summoned on Wi-Fi Threat

Wed., May 11, 2016 By Jack O’Dwyer The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, famed worldwide as “rescuers” and titans of justice, has been summoned by Capt. Jerry Flynn (ret.) to rescue Canada from radiation pollution. RCMP, also known as “the Force” and the “Mounties,” is a federal national police force that works on a contract basis […]

5 Towers pop up in Maple Ridge

Without warning Telus rushes to install three brand new towers for WIFI on newly installed telephone poles.  The poles were recently replaced with taller poles for the antennas.  Crews have been working quickly to install them. Flyers were handed out to nearby residents to see if any of them were informed about the antenna poposal, […]

Comcast sued for turning home Wi-Fi routers into public hotspots

By Benny Evangelista   Updated 8:38 pm, Monday, December 8, 2014 Two East Bay residents are suing Comcast for plugging their home’s wireless router into what they call a power-wasting, Internet-clogging, privacy threatening network of public Wi-Fi hotspots. The class-action suit, filed last week in U.S. District Court in San Francisco on behalf of Toyer Grear and […]

Vancouver parks official pushes for public WiFi zones

MARK HUME  VANCOUVER — The Globe and Mail   Published Sunday, Apr. 13 2014, 7:39 PM EDT  Last updated Sunday, Apr. 13 2014, 9:38 PM EDT Whenever the rains stop in Vancouver, people flood into the city’s public spaces. They sit on the Art Gallery steps facing Robson Square, walk the Seawall and gather on the beaches along English Bay. It […]

Small cell tech comes to Mission

by  Carol Aun – Mission City Record posted Mar 23, 2014 at 5:00 AM— updated Mar 24, 2014 at 10:12 AM Telus will be using small cell technology to improve wireless communications in Mission. Beginning next month, the telecommunications company will be installing 100 small cell units on 50 existing poles in Mission’s urban area. These units are 30 cm by 27 cm, […]

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Kelowna to be blanketed with Shaw WiFI hotspots

December 10, 2013 – 11:28 AM KELOWNA – An agreement between the City of Kelowna and Shaw Cable means residents and tourists alike can soon surf their mobile devices while tanning at Gyro beach or lounging in City Park. The connections would be free for both Shaw customers as well as non-Shaw customers and would […]

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 […]

Shaw wi-fi wireless mesh system for Vancouver

Shaw super wi-fi wireless mesh system for Vancouver October 30th 2011 Shaw is in the process of rolling out wi-fi on steroids right through Vancouver and all large urban areas – a fully meshed wireless system from parks to undergrounds – absolutely everything wi-fried – this is without any regulations, no public consultation, behind closed doors […]

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