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1) While I was away and busy with visitors, I received a response from my MP, Randall Garrison, re. Huawei. I had missed it due to the number of emails I had received (and I am still trying to catch up). It is below in Letters.
In case you wish to write to:
Matthew Dubé, NDP Critic for Public Safety <email@example.com>
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2) With so much emphasis on the relationship between microwave radiation and cancer, other health problems don’t get the attention they should. Many studies over the years have shown that exposure to microwave signals and EMF can negatively affect fertility and a recent study associates magnetic fields with miscarriages. Dr. Lin has done many studies over the years and here are some that have been published by Dr. Louis Slesin in his Microwave News.
3) An interesting hypothesis from BN Frank:
Bladder Control Woes? If You Carry Your Cell Phone in Your Pocket or Use Your Laptop in Your Lap, You May Want to Quit That
“The fine print in product manuals says not to carry or place these radiation emitting devices directly next to body parts. That’s because of the pulsing radiation emitted by these devices. Research has already proven that exposure to all sources of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation can make the blood-brain barrier leak, so why not the bladder?”
From: Sharon Noble
Sent: September 5, 2018
Subject: RE: Huawei — a major security risk
Dear Mr. Garrison,
I apologize for the delay in responding, but I have been away.
Thank you so much for taking this matter seriously and for forwarding it to Mr. Dube. May I ask if he has responded in any way?
You might be interested to know that since I wrote to you Australia has banned all Huawei equipment and Japan is preparing to do so. Meanwhile Telus is continuing to install microcells with Huawei transmitters along streets in every community in BC. The possibility is great that Huawei already has planted viruses or mal-software that will endanger our infrastructure.
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August 10, 2018
Dennis and Sharon Noble
Dear Dennis and Sharon Noble:
I am writing in response to your letter concerning the recent installations of Huawei Microcels in Telus lines. Thank you for writing about this issue.
The increased need for cyber security has become a pressing concern for my New Democrat colleagues and I. The federal government must take action to guarantee all Canadian citizens have their digital privacy protected from both internal and external intrusions.
I have taken the liberty of forwarding your message to my NDP colleague Matthew Dubé. He is the NDP critic for Public Safety, as well as the vice chair on the parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security.
Thank you for writing to me about the important issue of cyber security here in Canada.
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From: Dennis and Sharon Noble
Sent: August 05, 2018
To: Garrison, Randall – M.P.
Subject: Huawei — a major security risk
Dear Mr. Garrison,
As one of your constituents I am alerting you to a major security issue here in BC and elsewhere in Canada.
Telus is installing microcells approximately every 100-200 meters along streets, mere feet from homes, across the province. More than a year ago many were installed in Colwood and Langford in preparation for 5G technology. There is a 5G pilot project in Vancouver right now.
Each microcell has transmitters inside which emit microwave signals into homes, and these transmitters were made by Huawei. I received this information directly from Telus. Confirmation of the Telus-Huawei relationship is attached.
For some time now the intelligence agencies of many of Canada’s allies have banned Huawei from operating in or working with companies in their countries. These agencies have warned other countries, including Canada, that Huawei is under the control of the Chinese government and is considered to be guilty of cyber-espionage. Finally it appears that Ottawa is taking notice.
Morning Update: Ottawa’s worries grow over Huawei’s global ambitions
Canadian officials will not say what measures Canada might take against Huawei, but the senior government insider said national-security officials have been consulting their counterparts in Australia, which is reportedly preparing to ban Huawei from supplying equipment for its planned 5G wireless network. Huawei has already been virtually shut out of the giant U.S. market because of national-security concerns and effectively banned from that country’s future 5G network.
Here is the entire article.
These transmitters and the technology can be obtained from Canadian and American companies so there is no reason for Telus to be putting our security, privacy and safety at risk by contracting and partnering with Huawei.
It is very possible that viruses and/or other flaws have already been installed in our electrical grid, which could lead to future catastrophic events. But to limit our exposure to this risk, I ask you, Mr. Garrison, to work with your fellow MPs to ban Huawei from working with Canadian corporations in Canada, and demand that all Huawei transmitters and other infrastructure be removed immediately.
I hope that you will be kind enough to advise me on the actions that you are taking to raise this issue with your fellow MPs and Prime Minister Trudeau.