In the Media
- April 16, 2014: CMAJ: Federal Wi-Fi safety report deeply flawed, say experts
- April 4, 2014: Oakville’s C4ST not satisfied with Safety Code 6 review
- April 1, 2014: CBC News – Wireless Radiation Health Studies Needed, Scientists say.
- April 1, 2014: C4ST: Safety Code 6 “Rubber-stamped” and leaves critical questions unanswered.
- February 28, 2014: Oakville Beaver – New cell tower policy step in right direction: C4ST
- February 27, 2014: Industry Canada announces consultation on tower siting procedures
- February 5, 2014: Changes announced to Industry Canada’s Siting Protocol (15m loophole closed)
- January 16, 2014: Bell-Drago tower CANCELLED!
- October 28, 2013: CBC News – Wireless Radiation Safety Hearing Criticized
- August 30, 2013: Mayor Rob Burton’s letter in the Oakville Beaver
- August 22, 2013: “Bronte Estates” Cell Tower Put On Hold
- August 22, 2013: Terence Young’s letter in the Oakville Beaver
- August 15, 2013: C4ST Welcomes Town’s Backing
- August 12, 2013: Motion from Town Council, passed unanimously (courtesy C4ST)
- August 9, 2013: Letter to Industry Canada from Town of Oakville Director of Planning (courtesy C4ST)
- July 30, 2013: Bell Plans Bronte (Drago’s) Cell Tower
- May 17, 2012: Town of Oakville’s Interim Radiocommunications Facilities Protocol
Further Reading and Interesting Links…
- C4ST – Drago’s
- Safety Code 6 (SC6): Health Canada’s guidelines
- Dr. Magda Havas (Trent University Professor researching biological effects of electromagnetic radiation): Studies documenting adverse effects of this type of radiation
- Bioinitiative Reports
- Vitality Report by Frank Clegg
- Hidden Insurance Risk in Property Leases: Claims Journal
- The Precautionary Principle: Canadian Environmental Law Association
- Map of cell towers in Canada- coming soon to a neighbourhood near you?