An excellent 20 min. youtube of Katie Singer, author of “ Electronic Silent Spring”. Great for sharing. Interesting info re. $meters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrZkZXzextA For those who believe that nothing will ever replace wifi, it’s already being done in Europe. For several years now scientists have worked on light waves to communicate data – just like fiber … Continue reading 2015-05-27 FortisBC responds re. RDOS moratorium with same old-same old, plus Corix in South Okanagan
A member found this website for the Green Party where concerns can be expressed, with ideas for policies. The Green Party has been silent on the issue of RF, electrosmog, mandated transmitters being placed on homes, the inadequacy of Health Canada’s policies, etc. Perhaps if enough of us share our ideas and show that … Continue reading 2015-05-17 Vancouver Sun censoring wifi information
The smeters send signals to and receive signals from collectors, devices that hold up to 8 transmitters. These are placed on hydro or telephone poles right outside homes, often mere feet from bedroom windows. These are cell transmitters and one day could be sending cell, wifi and other signals in addition to Hydro’s signals. … Continue reading 2015-05-23 Where are collectors? Hydro refuses to say.
As France bans Wi-Fi in nursery and primary schools, a British expert who has given up using wireless gadgets says we should do the same Is Wi-Fi making your child ill From Florence Waters at http://www.telegraph.co.uk
In California, Plumas County Superior Court Judge Janet Hilde ordered PSREC to cancel the opt-out fee and monthly charge for reading the analog meter. She also ordered the utility to allow Hart to self-read the device. Hilde cited California law stating public utilities cannot prejudice, disadvantage or require different rates or deposit amounts from … Continue reading 2015-05-04 Calif. court decision rules opt out fee discriminatory
LITHIUM BATTERIES – One of our members wrote to the BC Utilities Commission with regarding the explosive, flammable lithium metal battery that is in each $$meter, and the fact that the Commission was misled by Hydro and Fortis about the complexity of disabling the transmitter – the Commission was not told a button being … Continue reading 2015-05-06 More concerns re. attack on the grid – LETTER RE OLYMPIC PENINSULA WAR GAMES
It might appear that Bill C-51 has nothing to do with our battle to have our Charter Rights acknowledged, but it does. This bill, if passed, could curtain our ability to join together, to send out groups emails, to protest. Our Rights and Freedoms are too important to allow this government to jeopardize them. … Continue reading 2015-04-10 Bill C-51 could threaten our right to protest – IMPORTANT READ
1) Please see below, in Letters, recommendations from a very knowledgeable member about wifi, and what we should be recommending to VIHA (Vancouver Island Health Authority) re hospital exposures. This would be good info to give to school boards, principals and parents re. wifi in schools as well. 2) Apparently another smart meter fire in … Continue reading 2015-03-21 Quebec resistance re. Smart meter fires is growing.
Malcolm Paterson, a cancer researcher, will be giving a presentation in Kelowna about the effect of radiation from wireless devices, like Smart Meters and dirty electricity on the human body. There will be a Q&A Date: Thursday March 12 7:00-9:00 pm Place: Lutheran Church in the Mission area of Kelowna, 4091 Lakeshore Cost: By … Continue reading 2015-02-28 Upcoming presentation in Kelowna
Plans are underway to recall BC MLAs in various ridings in BC. Certainly MLAs such as Bill Bennett, who has shown nothing but contempt for the public and his constituents, should be (but isn’t yet) one facing such scrutiny. You can learn about what is going on and participate at this site: http://bccitizensrecall.com/?page_id=18 … Continue reading 2015-02-25 Recall efforts beginning against some BC MLAs.