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Proof of Health Canada’s Deception

Dear HESA members, Recent debate concerning WiFi in schools with concerned parents resulted in Health Canada releasing a press release on Aug. 31, 2010 at the following link. The major point of the release was to reiterate their consistent response to concerns: “Based on scientific evidence, Health Canada has determined that exposure to low-level […]

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Canadian Parliament Committee on Wireless

Dr Sasco’s intro testimony on Apr 29th 2010 before Ottawa Parl. Committee Good morning.
My name is Annie Sasco. I am an MD with doctoral training at
 Harvard in epidemiology, two master’s degrees, and a doctoral degree.
I have been working in cancer epidemiology for the last 25 years at
the International Agency for Research on Cancer, which […]


Safety Code 6 draws criticism at Commons committee meeting

Health advocates and industry clash over health effects from wireless technology Could cell phone towers like this one in Merritt’s downtown core pose a significant health risk to humans?  Some experts say yes. MAY 3, 2010 JOHN O’CONNOR – NEWS EDITOR Concerns over the possible health effects from everyday wireless devices have prompted the federal […]

War on health effects of wireless devices waged in capital

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 By BRYN WEESE, PARLIAMENTARY BUREAU OTTAWA — A battle is brewing on Parliament Hill over whether mobile phones, wi-fi networks and cell towers emit too many harmful microwaves. Industry officials say they don’t and argue the scientific community is behind them, but a fledging Montreal-based group, Save our Children from Microwaves, […]

MPs hear conflicting evidence on cellphone safety

BY MEAGAN FITZPATRICK, CANWEST NEWS SERVICE Vancouver Sun APRIL 27, 2010 A committee of MPs heard conflicting evidence on the safety of cellphones and other wireless technology Tuesday as well as opposing views on whether Canada’s safety standards are strong enough. Photograph by: Archive, Calgary Herald OTTAWA — A committee of MPs heard conflicting evidence […]

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