1) ISED Minister Navdeep Bains has resigned and is being replaced by Francois-Philippe Champagne. There is little reason to believe that there will be any change that will result in more and better communications with constituents regarding concerns about 5G or the proliferation of EMR. We’ve been ignored by prior ministers regardless of party affiliation.
Canada PM shuffles top Cabinet players ahead of possible election
“One of Champagne’s first jobs will be to decide whether to allow China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to supply next-generation equipment for 5G networks. Liberal sources say Ottawa will ban Huawei gear but is keeping silent so as not to anger Beijing.”
2) EHT offers special events for those who help fund their research and educational activities. One is available on Thursday, Jan. 14 at noon PT.
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Live Event Thursday – Why Children Are More Vulnerable to 5G, Wi-Fi and Cell Phone Radiation
“Are you a parent, grandparent, teacher, or child advocate new to the issue of 5G and wireless? Want to learn some why children are more susceptible to wireless radiation?
Children are not just little adults. They have rapidly developing brains, thinner skulls, and more conductive bodies. What will 5G and wireless in schools mean for their mental and physical development.”
3) In California, AT&T is allowing FirstNet to put transmitters on all their towers without any discussion or notification. FirstNet is part of the first responders’ communication system and our CREST system will become part of FirstNet’s network (see information in https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2020-10-19-french-green-party-helps-slow-5g-roll-out/). The FirstNet transmitters are powerful, using 700MHz frequencies which travel several miles and penetrate very efficiently.
We need to stay alert to see if Telus or Rogers has similar arrangements with CREST. According to some contacts in the USA, FirstNet still has problems identified in this article, written in Nov. 2019, which says it doesn’t mesh well with all networks, which was its purpose. There is no indication that this arrangement with AT&T will fix the “meshing” problem. I wonder what the implications are for CREST and its “meshing” with FirstNet?
No End in Sight for FirstNet Interoperability Debate
“Although more than 9,800 U.S. agencies are now on board with the nationwide public safety communications platform FirstNet, debate persists about the very issue it is designed to solve: interoperability.
FirstNet was created primarily to prevent technical communication failures between first responders. This need became a priority after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, during which police and firefighters at the scene were unable to communicate via radio. Essentially, they lacked interoperability. FirstNet seeks to solve that challenge with a single dedicated nationwide platform that all responders can use to communicate.
… Takai is also a former member of the FirstNet Board of Directors, and she said a problem with interoperability is that it means different things to different people. Moreover, Takai sees a challenge for the public safety community when it comes to separating the commercial considerations of multiple providers from the technological considerations that would allow FirstNet to fulfill its purpose.
“My opinion is there is not one thing that’s going to solve this,” Takai said. “It’s important for folks to recognize that.””
From Debra Greene, of Hawaii’s “Keep Your Power”, a letter she has shared widely to show how irresponsible the Hawaii Dept. of Health is in providing the public with information about Wireless Radiation and 5G.
The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) report on wireless radiation and 5G is filled with errors, omissions and unsubstantiated claims.
15 errors in a 3-page report! How did they manage that?
The report (aka “5G fact sheet”) appears to be a telecom industry propaganda piece that the DOH put their name on.
This report must be retracted!
We count on the DOH to provide unbiased, accurate, and up-to-date information when lives are at stake!
We call on the Department of Health to retract this botched report immediately and issue a new report that is accurate, unbiased, complete and current.
Download the report and our rebuttal here:
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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