September 27, 2010  – Alarm Signals from Dr. Drew Sinatra,ND on Wi-Fi -EMR testimonial to White Rock Council

EMR Electro-Magnetic-Radiation Wi-Fi Members of the action group against radiation CST sounding the alarm in council chambers tonight. Recomend you do your due diligence and research what this is all about and how it may affect the health and wellbeing of your children, and your family and friends.
Contact person: Mrs. Una St.Clair-Moniz, Exec. Dir. of CST

Presentation and testimonial delivered by Doctor ND Drew Sinatra ,naturopathic physician in South Surrey BC website::

Wi-Fi certainly have become the major issue on the health horizon for many residents of White Rock. in BC but Europe and South America seem to be ahead of Canada and the United States of America; USA.

Dr. Sinatra together with the delegation from CST delivered plea and testimonials to White Rock Council members and the present audience and to the assistant Mayor Lynn Sinclair chair of tonights meeting in Chambers of White Rock.; this in absence of and replacement of elect Mayor C. Ferguson now on travel.


Wi-Fi opponents laud White Rock’s plea

By Tracy Holmes – Peace Arch News
Published: October 26, 2010 2:00 PM

Wi-Fi opponents celebrated progress in their fight Monday, following White Rock council’s decision to ask the federal government to review its use, safety guidelines and standards for wireless technologies.

“It’s very noteworthy that this council has voted,” said Una St. Clair-Moniz, executive director of Citizens for Safe Technology, referring to support of a motion brought forward by Coun. Helen Fathers.

“This is a council that has begun to educate themselves.”

Citizens for Safe Technology first raised its concerns with the growing use of the largely unregulated technology in July, following Tourism White Rock’s launch of free Wi-Fi and Bluetooth along the waterfront.

Since, they’ve appealed for a city-wide moratorium on the technology’s use, written letters to various levels of government and taken their concerns around the dangers the technology poses to children to agencies including the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and Surrey School Board.

A CST petition supporting removing wireless technology from schools has about 1,000 signatures, St. Clair-Moniz said.

In her motion, Fathers also asked that a staff letter to government request its review include an in-depth assessment of the 2009 resolution by the European Parliament and precautions already implemented in countries including Austria, Switzerland, Russia, China, Italy and Brazil.

Standards in those countries are higher than those in Canada, Fathers said.

“I started to educate myself about it,” she said, of steps she took after meeting with CST members.

“This is an attempt to try and get the Canadian government to increase those standards.”

St. Clair-Moniz was among about nine CST members who attended Monday’s meeting to hear results of the vote on Fathers’ motion, which passed with only Coun. Al Campbell opposed.

Joanne Johnson, an East Beach resident, said many people don’t realize health problems they are experiencing are a result of exposure to wireless technology.

Johnson said she wears an aluminum-foil-lined hat to help reduce the impacts of her own electro-sensivity, and said the area around her home has become “so hot” that she has to find a new place to live.

CST director Carl Katz will undergo surgery for a brain tumour on Nov. 8. Found two years ago, it’s “very plausible” a decade of exposure through his work in the information technology sector is responsible for the benign growth, he said.