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Hundreds of studies since Canada’s last science review show human and environmental harms from “wireless” radiofrequency radiation. There is, however, no research on additional higher frequencies used for 5G. This is why a rapidly growing coalition of Canadian experts, and health and environmental organizations is calling for a moratorium on 5G spectrum auctions.
Did you know Canada completely lacks environmental protection against radiofrequency radiation? There is no evidence this untested tech is safe in the long run. Pausing sales that increase “wireless” radiation with higher frequency spectrum is the prudent choice.
Prevent Cancer Now and many other experts and organizations have issued a time-sensitive Joint Statement to Industry, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) opposing release of more spectrum in the 26, 28 and 38 GHz Bands.
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CFB Gagetown is a large military training base in New Brunswick. Training grounds have been kept clear of foliage by the use of herbicides since 1956. As well, during the Cold War (1966 and 1967), the United States tested herbicides in small strips of northern forest on the base. Herbicide trials included Agent Orange and other “Rainbow Herbicides“ that became infamous during the Vietnam War. Members of the military and their families have been affected by these herbicides and associated…
Educators are refusing to work, due to health concerns over emissions from numerous network antennas on a nearby cell tower. This action is also for children’s health. Radiofrequency emissions are harmful, and children are most vulnerable.
Global Glyphosate Study leukemia results show leukemia in early adulthood when leukemia is very rare. The results align, however, with increasing leukemia in U.S., ages 15-39, since early 1990s. The picture is painted in four studies.
Sales of iphone 12 continue in Canada, while France stopped sales due to excessive radiofrequency emissions. There is no record of Industry Canada testing the phones. Testing loopholes might not protect Canadians.
Consultations close on July 14th, on the development of Canada’s 2030 Biodiversity Strategy, to achieve promises made at the COP 15 held in Montreal last December. Canada’s high and increasing use of pesticides must be reversed.