1) A CALL TO ACTION. You’ve helped before by sending emails, and C4ST is asking for you to help again. CEPA can and must be amended. A template is provided in the link below if you don’t have the time or feel uncomfortable writing your own. Please consider taking just a few minutes. Your email could be the one that starts “the avalanche”. Time is short so please send your email of support ASAP.
Dr. Sears’s submission is excellent and can be read here:
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Protect Birds Bees and Trees … by having radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) included in the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) via Bill S-5
“The amendments to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) have now gone to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health (ENVI) and things are moving rapidly so if we want to be heard on the wireless radiation issue and concerns about wildlife, now is the time.
Every email counts. We’re waiting for that one snowflake to start the avalanche where government will no longer be able to ignore the overwhelming amount of science-based evidence that wireless radiation must be fully investigated and proper actions taken.”
Another excellent submission can be read below in “Letters“.
2) This information, regarding a chance to inform CBC about EHS, is from a member. Many of the public consultations will take place in libraries which will probably have Wi-Fi, making it difficult for those with EHS to attend in person.
“CBC is developing its first National Accessibility Plan in order to better serve Canadians with disabilities and improve their representation in the media. They are holding public consultations from November 28th, 2022 to January 31st, 2023 in-person at several locations across Canada as well as virtually on-line.
This is a great opportunity to let CBC hear testimonials from individuals with EHS on how their disability has affected their life, the difficulties they face in accessing public services as well as how EHS individuals feel about their representation in CBC media content and how it could be improved.
For information on the public consultations, as well as their dates and locations and how to register, please visit:
If you are unable to attend an event, you can still contribute to the public consultation by filling out their online survey:
3) Thanks to persistent efforts by Dr. Arazi and the Phonegate team, since July 2020 in France, all wireless devices which are expected to be used within 20 cm (about 8 inches) of the body or near the head (including cellphones, tablets, laptops, watches) must display the SAR (in French DAS), the actual SAR, on a label that is easily visible. But the French equivalent of Consumer Affairs has found that many companies have mislabeled their products and are being penalized.
Labeling is something we must demand of our government. Not only are cell phones not tested the way they are expected to be used, but the SAR information is hidden deep in the instruction manuals. As part of my inquiry re. cell phones testing, I’ve asked ISED about testing of emissions for tablets, Wi-Fi, laptops, etc. but, so far, have not received any information, although I was told it would be provided many months ago. I will keeping asking for it and will let you know when I receive it.
SAR display: alert raised by the DGCCRF!
“In a statement, dated November 23, 2022, the French General Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF) revealed major breaches by distributors of mobile phones and connected devices (the list has not been made public)….
Thus, 270 institutions out of the 470 visited were considered abnormal, like 61% of the devices checked. The investigation ultimately resulted in 212 warnings, 53 summonses and 8 fines.”
“Recent regulatory provisions apply to manufacturers, importers and distributors of certain wireless and connected products. Since July 1 , 2020, they have extended the scope of the obligation to display the DAS (see the ANFR website and the tabs dedicated to the DAS), which previously concerned only mobile telephones, to all radioelectric equipment whose power is greater than 20mW and which is likely to be used near the head or at a distance less than or equal to 20 cm from the human body.”
Nov. 25, 2022
To: Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development
Urgent Request: Canadian Educators for Safe Technology Submission to ENVI: Priority Bill S-5 Amendment: Collect Data and Research Environmental Effects of Wireless, Microwave Radiation.
Canadian Educators for Safe Technology (CE4ST) would like to share our time sensitive submission re:Bill S-5 Amendment: Collect Data and Research Environmental Effects of Wireless, Microwave Radiation. (See: https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Priority-Bill-S-5-Amendment-Collect-Data-and-Research-Environmental-Effects-of-Wireless-Microwave-Radiation-by-Shelley-Wright-CE4ST-Canadian-Educators-for-Safe-Technology-November-25-2022.pdf)
Biochemical Engineer, Meg Sears (PhD), Director of Prevent Cancer Now (PCN) is making valuable recommendations to members of the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development. (https://preventcancernow.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/PCNsubmissionBillS-5-2022-Nov-4.pdf)
It is our hope that you will carefully consider PCN’s and CELA’s (Canadian Environmental Law Association) perspectives and encourage members of the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development to support these recommendations.
In the scope of preventing unprecedented environmental and human harm, which have been systematically underestimated, these recommendations are time sensitive and must be taken seriously.
Let’s protect our environment and biodiversity. Protecting migratory birds, pollinators (bees), plants and animals, from RF (microwave) radiation will support the well-being of future generations.
“Things are only impossible, until someone decides that they’re not”. David Suzuki
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Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
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