1) UPDATES ON WHICH ELECTION CANDIDATES SUPPORT *US*.
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Between now and Monday’s election, you can monitor which Candidates have signed-up at the Canadians For Safe Technology campaign “Candidates Who Care About Canadians’ Health.”
2) TO SEE OR PRINT A LIST OF CANDIDATES IN YOUR RIDING.
If you know your postal code, it is easy to get the list at the Elections Canada website. The list will include the contact information for Candidates.Near the bottom at this link, look for the box “Your list of candidates”.
3) INTERACTING WITH YOUR CANDIDATES BEFORE MONDAY.
Candidates and their volunteers will continue working on Friday and during the weekend trying to get voter support. So you still have opportunities to tell them what support *you* want from them — and your request can be brief. There are several ways you could get a message to each of your Candidates: by phone call (or leave a voicemail message), by email, by filling in a contact form at the Candidate’s website, by posting at their social media pages (such as facebook). You could also ask other citizens in your Riding to make the same brief request. Each citizen voice counts. Here is one suggested wording:
My name is _________. I live in your riding. I am concerned that Health Canada is not protecting me (and my family) from the harmful effects of wireless radiation. You should have received an email letter from C4ST.org which is the volunteer organization “Canadians For Safe Technology”. The letter asks you to sign-on among the Candidates listed at c4st.org/candidateswhocare. It is about the health of Canadians. My decision on which Candidate to support in this election will be based on who signs-on there in support of safer protection from the effects of wireless radiation.
for Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
- ••Sent from a corded device (with wireless turned off).
- ••I prefer, provide & request corded connections because we need cleaner indoor & outdoor air everywhere.