Newsletters 2018-04 Apr 2018-04-01 – France says smeter cannot gather minute by minute data, that it is not needed for billing, without obtaining consent 2018-04-02 – Multiple glioblastomas in a small area, unexplained 2018-04-03 – Environmental reporter traces history of Site C as a disaster in so many respects that is supported by politicians, both Liberal and NDP. 2018-04-04 – A power surge in Slocan Valley resulted in damages and FortisBC denies responsibility. 2018-04-05 – Number of cases of glioblastomas in Florida town triples from earlier figure. 2018-04-06 – Excellent media coverage of cell phones, cancer and how industry hides the truth 2018-04-07 – A new generation of ITRON smeters that can gather more data 2018-04-08 – Erin Brockovich interested in multiple glioblastomas in Florida 2018-04-09 – Inside info about the peer review of the NTP report. 2018-04-10 – Men more likely to have DNA damage that leads to autism 2018-04-11 – Application for smeters in New Mexico denied!! 2018-04-12 – Are LED streetlights connected to smeters? 2018-04-13 – Copper cable landlines are available 2018-04-14 – Children suffering psychologically due to wireless gadgets 2018-04-15 – BC Hydro wants to build substation under/near a school in Vancouver! 2018-04-16 – 5G will be much worse/stronger than we’ve been told. 2018-04-17 – 5G going to be tested in Toronto and Ottawa 2018-04-18 – No Update 2018-04-19 – No Update 2018-04-20 – No Update 2018-04-21 – No Update 2018-04-22 – No Update 2018-04-23 – BC Hydro applying to BCUC to reduce net metering benefits 2018-04-24 – Utility companies planning on use of detailed data gathered by smeters 2018-04-25 – Health risks associated with CFL and LED light bulbs 2018-04-26 – A huge resource document re EHS 2018-04-27 – Time sensitive: April 30 proposal by Green Party to implement Precautionary Principle. Need members to support. 2018-04-28 – Wireless charging is now a reality. 2018-04-29 – Good interview re magnetic fields 2018-04-30 – Time for Prov. Health Officer to recognize the Precautionary Principle — it’s her duty.