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Jul 1

Doctor's Information Package

Addressed to Medical Professionals. Useful to all. Updated July, 2016

The following package is for those who wish to approach their doctors with information regarding the possible health risks from non-thermal microwave radiation.  It contains links organized into specific health effect categories.  These links can be printed out according to personal areas of need or concern, and used to start a dialogue with doctors who may not as yet have associated certain health conditions with EMF or RF exposure.  

The introductory letter on pages 1 and 2 contains a link to the entire list, and may be useful to your doctor as a reference tool. 

"Dear Medical Professional:

"Your patient has asked us for support in providing you with information regarding the possible health risks from non-thermal microwave radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation, recently reclassified by the WHO/IARC as a Class 2B, possible human carcinogen.

"This WHO risk category also includes lead, DDT, chloroform, and dioxane, and is relevant to all wireless devices emitting radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, including cordless phones, cell phones, IPads, Wi-Fi routers, wireless games, baby monitors, and smart meters . . .

"Many doctors have already given medical advice to their patients by way of a medical letter or note on a prescription form stating that the patient should avoid, for medical reasons, living in a residence or residential complex at which a wireless meter is operating in order to maintain their health or avoid aggravating a medical condition. This medical advice stating the health condition and advising the patient that they should avoid ongoing exposure to wireless radiofrequency and smart meter emissions will allow your patient to participate in the Human Rights Action currently underway. We are hopeful that the individual's right to protect their health as advised by their medical doctor will be upheld by the Human Rights Tribunal, and this forced exposure within their own home to undesirable microwave radiofrequency emissions will be replaced with reasonable and respectful accommodation by BC Hydro . . . "

Information categories contained in this package: 

  1. Microwave Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation - General 
  2. Smart Meters
  3. Interference with medical devices / Smart Meter Risk
  4. Children
  5. EHS/ES - Electrosensitivity
  6. Diabetes
  7. Heart
  8. Tinnitus / Microwave Hearing / Dental Effects
  9. Sleep and Insomnia
  10. Infertility / Sperm Damage
  11. Cell Towers - Applicable to constant low-level exposures
  12. Cell Phones
  13. Published Articles
  14. BEES - This section included due to potential impacts on human health from loss of bees and pollination
  15. Lawsuits, Scientific Statements and Letters
  16. Cancer
  17. Brain Function / Epilepsy / Alzheimer's / ALS
Also available:

Open Letter to GP and Other Medical Colleagues  January, 2012
Guidelines for Doctors
AAEM calls for Caution (American Academy of Environmental Medicine)

May 6

Electromagnetic Spectrum Chart

ionizing and non-ionizing

This chart illustrates the frequencies that exist in the electromagnetic spectrum and where common EMF sources are located within the ionizing and non-ionizing range.

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Feb 10

MPs by name:- http://www.parl.gc.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members&- http://www.parl.gc.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members?parliament=42&view=List&page=1

All MPs:

Ziad.Aboultaif@parl.gc.caDan.Albas@parl.gc.caharold.albrecht@parl.gc.caJohn.Aldag@parl.gc.caOmar.Alghabra@parl.gc.caLeona.Alleslev@parl.gc.cadean.allison@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Rona Ambrose <rona.ambrose@parl.gc.ca>, William.Amos@parl.gc.caGary.Anand@parl.gc.cadavid.anderson@parl.gc.cacharlie.angus@parl.gc.caMel.Arnold@parl.gc.caRene.Arseneault@parl.gc.caChandra.Arya@parl.gc.caniki.ashton@parl.gc.carobertaubin.ndp.caRamez.Ayoub@parl.gc.caVance.Badawey@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Larry Bagnell <Larry.Bagnell@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Navdeep Bains <Navdeep.Bains@parl.gc.ca>, John.Barlow@parl.gc.caXavier.Barsalou-Duval@parl.gc.caFrank.Baylis@parl.gc.caMario.Beaulieu@parl.gc.caTerry.Beech@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Mauril Bélanger mauril.belanger@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Carolyn Bennett <carolyn.bennett@parl.gc.ca>, Sheri.Benson@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Candice Bergen <candice.bergen@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Maxime Bernier <maxime.bernier@parl.gc.ca>, Luc.Berthold@parl.gc.cajames.bezan@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Marie-Claude Bibeau <Marie-Claude.Bibeau@parl.gc.ca>, Chris.Bittle@parl.gc.caDaniel.Blaikie@parl.gc.caBill.Blair@parl.gc.caRachel.Blaney@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Steven Blaney <steven.blaney@parl.gc.ca>, kelly.block@parl.gc.caRandy.Boissonnault@parl.gc.caMike.Bossio@parl.gc.caSylvie.Boucher@parl.gc.caMichel.Boudrias@parl.gc.caAlexandre.Boulerice@parl.gc.caMarjolaine.Boutin-Sweet@parl.gc.caJohn.Brassard@parl.gc.caBob.Bratina@parl.gc.caPierre.Breton@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Scott Brison <scott.brison@parl.gc.ca>, RuthEllen.Brosseau@parl.gc.cagord.brown@parl.gc.caCelina.Caesar-Chavannes@parl.gc.cablaine.calkins@parl.gc.caRichard.Cannings@parl.gc.caGuy.Caron@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Jim Carr <Jim.Carr@parl.gc.ca>, colin.carrie@parl.gc.caBill.Casey@parl.gc.caSean.Casey@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Bardish Chagger <Bardish.Chagger@parl.gc.ca>, Francois-Philippe.Champagne@parl.gc.caArnold.Chan@parl.gc.caShaun.Chen@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Michael D. Chong <michael.chong@parl.gc.ca>, Francois.Choquette@parl.gc.cadavid.christopherson@parl.gc.caAlupa.Clarke@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Tony Clement <tony.clement@parl.gc.ca>, Michael.Cooper@parl.gc.caSerge.Cormier@parl.gc.canathan.cullen@parl.gc.carodger.cuzner@parl.gc.caJulie.Dabrusin@parl.gc.caPam.Damoff@parl.gc.cadon.davies@parl.gc.caMatt.DeCourcey@parl.gc.caGerard.Deltell@parl.gc.caSukh.Dhaliwal@parl.gc.caAnju.Dhillon@parl.gc.caNicola.DiIorio@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Stéphane Dion <stephane.dion@parl.gc.ca>, Kerry.Diotte@parl.gc.caTodd.Doherty@parl.gc.cafin.donnelly@parl.gc.caearl.dreeshen@parl.gc.caFrancis.Drouin@parl.gc.caMatthew.Dube@parl.gc.caEmmanuel.Dubourg@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Jean-Yves Duclos <Jean-Yves.Duclos@parl.gc.ca>, Terry.Duguid@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Kirsty Duncan <kirsty.duncan@parl.gc.ca>, linda.duncan@parl.gc.caPierre-Luc.Dusseault@parl.gc.caScott.Duvall@parl.gc.caJulie.Dzerowicz@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Wayne Easter <wayne.easter@parl.gc.ca>, Jim.Eglinski@parl.gc.caAli.Ehsassi@parl.gc.caFaycal.El-Khoury@parl.gc.caNeil.Ellis@parl.gc.caNathaniel.Erskine-Smith@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Mark Eyking <mark.eyking@parl.gc.ca>, Doug.Eyolfson@parl.gc.caTed.Falk@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Ed Fast <ed.fast@parl.gc.ca>, Greg.Fergus@parl.gc.caAndy.Fillmore@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Diane Finley <diane.finley@parl.gc.ca>, Pat.Finnigan@parl.gc.caDarren.Fisher@parl.gc.caPeter.Fonseca@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Judy Foote <judy.foote@parl.gc.ca>, Rheal.Fortin@parl.gc.caPeter.Fragiskatos@parl.gc.caColin.Fraser@parl.gc.caSean.Fraser@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Chrystia Freeland <Chrystia.Freeland@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Hedy Fry <hedy.fry@parl.gc.ca>, Stephen.Fuhr@parl.gc.cacheryl.gallant@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Marc Garneau <marc.garneau@parl.gc.ca>, Randall.Garrison@parl.gc.caBernard.Genereux@parl.gc.caGarnett.Genuis@parl.gc.caMark.Gerretsen@parl.gc.caMarilene.Gill@parl.gc.caMarilyn.Gladu@parl.gc.caJoel.Godin@parl.gc.caPam.Goldsmith-Jones@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Ralph Goodale <ralph.goodale@parl.gc.ca>, Karina.Gould@parl.gc.cajacques.gourde@parl.gc.caDavid.Graham@parl.gc.caRaj.Grewal@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Patty Hajdu <Patty.Hajdu@parl.gc.ca>, Cheryl.Hardcastle@parl.gc.caRachael.Harder@parl.gc.caKen.Hardie@parl.gc.ca, Right Hon. Stephen Harper <stephen.harper@parl.gc.ca>, TJ.Harvey@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Kent Hehr <Kent.Hehr@parl.gc.ca>, Jim.Hillyer@parl.gc.carandy.hoback@parl.gc.caMark.Holland@parl.gc.caAnthony.Housefather@parl.gc.cacarol.hughes@parl.gc.caAhmed.Hussen@parl.gc.caGudie.Hutchings@parl.gc.caAngelo.Iacono@parl.gc.caMatt.Jeneroux@parl.gc.caGord.Johns@parl.gc.caGeorgina.Jolibois@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Mélanie Joly <Melanie.Joly@parl.gc.ca>, Yvonne.Jones@parl.gc.caBernadette.Jordan@parl.gc.caMajid.Jowhari@parl.gc.capeter.julian@parl.gc.caDarshan.Kang@parl.gc.caPat.Kelly@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Jason Kenney <jason.kenney@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Peter Kent <peter.kent@parl.gc.ca>, Iqra.Khalid@parl.gc.caKamal.Khera@parl.gc.caRobert.Kitchen@parl.gc.caTom.Kmiec@parl.gc.caJenny.Kwan@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Mike Lake <mike.lake@parl.gc.ca>, David.Lametti@parl.gc.cakevin.lamoureux@parl.gc.caLinda.Lapointe@parl.gc.caguy.lauzon@parl.gc.caStephane.Lauzon@parl.gc.caHelene.Laverdiere@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Denis Lebel <denis.lebel@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Dominic LeBlanc <dominic.leblanc@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Diane Lebouthillier <Diane.Lebouthillier@parl.gc.ca>, Paul.Lefebvre@parl.gc.ca, Hon. K. Kellie Leitch <Kellie.Leitch@parl.gc.ca>, Denis.Lemieux@parl.gc.caAndrew.Leslie@parl.gc.caMichael.Levitt@parl.gc.caRon.Liepert@parl.gc.caJoel.Lightbound@parl.gc.caben.lobb@parl.gc.caAlaina.Lockhart@parl.gc.caWayne.Long@parl.gc.caLloyd.Longfield@parl.gc.caKaren.Ludwig@parl.gc.catom.lukiwski@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Lawrence MacAulay <lawrence.macaulay@parl.gc.ca>, Alistair.MacGregor@parl.gc.cadave.mackenzie@parl.gc.caSteven.MacKinnon@parl.gc.caLarry.Maguire@parl.gc.caSheila.Malcolmson@parl.gc.caJames.Maloney@parl.gc.caSimon.Marcil@parl.gc.cabrian.masse@parl.gc.caRemi.Masse@parl.gc.cairene.mathyssen@parl.gc.caBryan.May@parl.gc.caElizabeth.May@parl.gc.ca, Hon. John McCallum <john.mccallum@parl.gc.ca>, Kelly.McCauley@parl.gc.caphil.mccoleman@parl.gc.caKaren.McCrimmon@parl.gc.caKen.McDonald@parl.gc.cadavid.mcguinty@parl.gc.ca, Hon. John McKay <john.mckay@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Catherine McKenna <Catherine.McKenna@parl.gc.ca>, Ron.McKinnon@parl.gc.cacathy.mcleod@parl.gc.caMichael.McLeod@parl.gc.caAlexandra.Mendes@parl.gc.caMarco.Mendicino@parl.gc.ca, Hon. MaryAnn Mihychuk <MaryAnn.Mihychuk@parl.gc.ca>, larry.miller@parl.gc.caMarc.Miller@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Maryam Monsef <Maryam.Monsef@parl.gc.ca>, Christine.Moore@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Bill Morneau <Bill.Morneau@parl.gc.ca>, Robert.Morrissey@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Thomas J. Mulcair <thomas.mulcair@parl.gc.ca>, joyce.murray@parl.gc.caPierre.Nantel@parl.gc.caEva.Nassif@parl.gc.caJohn.Nater@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Robert D. Nault <Bob.Nault@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Rob Nicholson <rob.nicholson@parl.gc.ca>, Alex.Nuttall@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Deepak Obhrai <deepak.obhrai@parl.gc.ca>, Jennifer.OConnell@parl.gc.caRob.Oliphant@parl.gc.caJohn.Oliver@parl.gc.caSeamus.ORegan@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Erin O'Toole <Erin.OToole@parl.gc.ca>, robert.falcon@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Denis Paradis <Denis.Paradis@parl.gc.ca>, Pierre.Paul-Hus@parl.gc.caMonique.Pauze@parl.gc.caJoe.Peschisolido@parl.gc.caKyle.Peterson@parl.gc.caGinette.PetitpasTaylor@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Jane Philpott <Jane.Philpott@parl.gc.ca>, Michel.Picard@parl.gc.calouis.plamondon@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Pierre Poilievre <pierre.poilievre@parl.gc.ca>, Jean-Claude.Poissant@parl.gc.caAnneMinh-Thu.Quach@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Carla Qualtrough <Carla.Qualtrough@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Lisa Raitt <lisa.raitt@parl.gc.ca>, Tracey.Ramsey@parl.gc.caMurray.Rankin@parl.gc.caYasmin.Ratansi@parl.gc.caAlain.Rayes@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Geoff Regan <geoff.regan@parl.gc.ca>, scott.reid@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Michelle Rempel <Michelle.Rempel@parl.gc.ca>, blake.richards@parl.gc.caJean.Rioux@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Gerry Ritz <gerry.ritz@parl.gc.ca>, Yves.Robillard@parl.gc.caPablo.Rodriguez@parl.gc.caSherry.Romanado@parl.gc.caAnthony.Rota@parl.gc.caKim.Rudd@parl.gc.caDan.Ruimy@parl.gc.caDon.Rusnak@parl.gc.caRomeo.Saganash@parl.gc.caRuby.Sahota@parl.gc.caRaj.Saini@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Harjit S. Sajjan <Harjit.Sajjan@parl.gc.ca>, Darrell.Samson@parl.gc.caRamesh.Sangha@parl.gc.caBrigitte.Sansoucy@parl.gc.caRandeep.Sarai@parl.gc.caBob.Saroya@parl.gc.cafrancis.scarpaleggia@parl.gc.caandrew.scheer@parl.gc.caPeter.Schiefke@parl.gc.caJamie.Schmale@parl.gc.caDeb.Schulte@parl.gc.caMarc.Serre@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Judy Sgro <judy.sgro@parl.gc.ca>, Brenda.Shanahan@parl.gc.caTerry.Sheehan@parl.gc.caMartin.Shields@parl.gc.cabev.shipley@parl.gc.caJati.Sidhu@parl.gc.caSonia.Sidhu@parl.gc.caGagan.Sikand@parl.gc.cascott.simms@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Amarjeet Sohi <Amarjeet.Sohi@parl.gc.ca>, robert.sopuck@parl.gc.caFrancesco.Sorbara@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Kevin Sorenson <kevin.sorenson@parl.gc.ca>, Sven.Spengemann@parl.gc.cabruce.stanton@parl.gc.caGabriel.Ste-Marie@parl.gc.caWayne.Stetski@parl.gc.caKennedy.Stewart@parl.gc.caMark.Strahl@parl.gc.caShannon.Stubbs@parl.gc.cadavid.sweet@parl.gc.caMarwan.Tabbara@parl.gc.caGeng.Tan@parl.gc.caFilomena.Tassi@parl.gc.caLuc.Theriault@parl.gc.cadavid.tilson@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Hunter Tootoo <Hunter.Tootoo@parl.gc.ca>, brad.trost@parl.gc.ca, The Right Hon. Justin Trudeau <justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca>, Karine.Trudel@parl.gc.cadave.vankesteren@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Peter Van Loan <peter.vanloan@parl.gc.ca>, Dan.Vandal@parl.gc.caAnita.Vandenbeld@parl.gc.caAdam.Vaughan@parl.gc.caKaren.Vecchio@parl.gc.caArnold.Viersen@parl.gc.caArif.Virani@parl.gc.caCathay.Wagantall@parl.gc.camark.warawa@parl.gc.cachris.warkentin@parl.gc.caDianne.Watts@parl.gc.caKevin.Waugh@parl.gc.caLen.Webber@parl.gc.caErin.Weir@parl.gc.caNick.Whalen@parl.gc.caJonathan.Wilkinson@parl.gc.ca, Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould <Jody.Wilson-Raybould@parl.gc.ca>, Hon. Alice Wong <alice.wong@parl.gc.ca>, Borys.Wrzesnewskyj@parl.gc.caKate.Young@parl.gc.caDavid.Yurdiga@parl.gc.caSalma.Zahid@parl.gc.caBob.Zimmer@parl.gc.ca


Dec 1

Government and Media Contact Information for BC

as of December 2015- BC MLAs, Civic Info link, First Nations Bands of BC, Media

Contact Emails for Liberal, NDP and Independent MLA's and First Nations Bands, Civic Information and Media Contacts:

Also: MLA Finder with descriptions of specific constituencies, responsibilities and communities

Feb 1


Draft as of DEC 14, 2014 - Includes fees from various jurisdictions, U.S. states and Canadian provinces


  • British Columbia BC Hydro 
  • British Columbia FortisBC 
  • Quebec 

  • Arizona 
  • California
  • Colorado 
  • Florida 
  • Georgia 
  • Hawaii 
  • Illinois 
  • Maine 
  • Maryland 
  • Massachusetts 
  • Michigan 
  • Nevada 
  • New York 
  • New Mexico 
  • Oregon 
  • Tennessee 
  • Vermont 
  • Virginia 
  • Washington State 

Dec 16

CMA Code of Ethics

Canadian Medical Association's 54 Fundamental Responsibilities for Canadian physicians, including residents, and medical students - Last reviewed March 2014: Still relevant

This Code has been prepared by the Canadian Medical Association as an ethical guide for Canadian physicians, including residents, and medical students. Its focus is the core activities of medicine - such as health promotion, advocacy, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, palliation, education and research. It is based on the fundamental principles and values of medical ethics, especially compassion, beneficence, non-maleficence, respect for persons, justice and accountability. The Code, together with CMA policies on specific topics, constitutes a compilation of guidelines that can provide a common ethical framework for Canadian physicians.

Physicians should be aware of the legal and regulatory requirements that govern medical practice in their jurisdictions.

Physicians may experience tension between different ethical principles, between ethical and legal or regulatory requirements, or between their own ethical convictions and the demands of other parties. Training in ethical analysis and decision-making during undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education is recommended for physicians to develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to deal with these conflicts. Consultation with colleagues, regulatory authorities, ethicists, ethics committees or others who have relevant expertise is also recommended.

Fundamental Responsibilities

  • Responsibilities to the Patient 
  • General Responsibilities 
  • Initiating and Dissolving a Patient-Physician Relationship 
  • Communication, Decision Making and Consent 
  • Privacy and Confidentiality 
  • Research 
Responsibilities to Society
Responsibilities to the Profession
Responsibilities to Oneself

Dec 15


Draft as of DEC 14, 2014 - Includes fees from various jurisdictions, U.S. states and Canadian provinces


  • British Columbia BC Hydro 
  • British Columbia FortisBC 
  • Quebec 

  • Arizona 
  • California
  • Colorado 
  • Florida 
  • Georgia 
  • Hawaii 
  • Illinois 
  • Maine 
  • Maryland 
  • Massachusetts 
  • Michigan 
  • Nevada 
  • New York 
  • New Mexico 
  • Oregon 
  • Tennessee 
  • Vermont 
  • Virginia 
  • Washington State 

Oct 26

Our Children, Our Future, Our Responsibility


  • Beginning With the End in Mind  
  • Be Proactive With the Health of our Children
  • WiFi Can't Be Dangerous Or How Could It Be Allowed In Public Places? 
  • World Health Organization Classifies Wireless Technologies as Class 2B Carcinogen  
  • Health Canada Issues Warning On Electromagnetic Radiation  
  • Danger of WiFi and Wireless Technologies Approved for Continuing Credits Doctors Need for Licensing in Universities across North America  
  • Report of the Standing Committee of Health - Future Generations at Risk  
  • WiFi Causes Irreparable Damage to Young Girls Eggs and Sperm Affecting All Future Generations 
  • Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) - Recognized as Disability by Canadian Human Rights Commission 
  • WiFi in Schools and Public Places - Students and Staff May Die 
  • Increase in Cardiac Arrest in Youth - Connecting the Dots 
  • SAM Method Inadequate 
  • Error Makes Safety Code Illegal and Dangerous  
  • Health Canada Fails To Investigate and Report to Provinces  
  • Other Recommendations of the Standing Committee on Health (p. 11-12) 
  • Committee Report Warns Canadians Safety Only Theoretical  
  • Government Accused of Ignoring Radiation Recommendations  
  • Health Agencies Slow to Act to Protect Citizens - Auditor General  
  • Alleged Conflict of Interest between Health Agencies & Telecommunications Companies  
  • Health Effects Include Biological Health Effects at Levels 10 000 Times Less than Safety Code 6 
  • European Community's Scientists Recommend Regular Medical Testing for Radiation Exposures 10 000 times lower than Canada's Guidelines  
  • Canada's Allowable Microwave Exposure Level Shockingly High  
  • Devastating Health Effects at Much Lower Levels than Safety Code 6  
  • Overall Health Implication and Related Disorders 
  • Genetic Damage  
  • Documentation of Adverse Health Effects 
  • Additional Studies on Adverse Health Effects from WiFi: (Wireless Technologies and Young People p. 10) 
  • WiFi Dangerous to Children and Pregnant Women 
  • Wireless Technologies Corroding Metal Infrastructure - (p.9-10) What's it doing to our kids?  
  • Wireless Technologies Prevent Kids from Releasing Heavy Metals - Linked to Autism (p. 11)  
  • Massive Increase in Mortality Rates after Analog Cell Systems Implemented  
  • Medical Facilities Use Specialized Equipment to Protect Instruments from Electromagnetic Radiation - What's Protecting Our Kids?  
  • International Agencies Agree that Standards Exclude Health Effects of Electromagnetic Frequency Radiation and Therefore Do Not Protect People  
  • Growing Number of Doctors across the World Plea for Action to Protect Children  
  • International Guidelines on WIFI Act to Protect Public Health  
  • A Comprehensive World Concerns Summary Regarding Actions in Other Countries  
  • Court Cases Support Removal of WIFI from Schools and Public Places  
  • Parents Demand Choice and Precaution 
  • Cell Phones in Schools and Public Places 
  • DECT Phone Dangers (Cordless Phones used in schools, homes and businesses)  
  • Liability Issues -Fire Hazard and Building Code Compliance  
  • Proposed Increase in Electromagnetic Pollution from Electrical Companies Harmful and Illegal 
  • Summary - A Call for Action 
  • Further Information:

Aug 8

Building Access Handbook 2007 (B.C.)

Illustrated Commentary on Access Requirements in the 2006 British Columbia Building Code

People with ES / EHS are currently prevented/hindered from accessing certain buildings and public areas.

From the Office of Housing and Construction Standards


"It is important for users of the B.C. Building Code to be reminded that the presence and participation of persons with disabilities in our communities is significant. The percentage of persons with disabilities of all ages will increase, especially over the next few decades. This growth will include persons with all types of disabilities, each type having their own specific design needs.

"The roles of persons with disabilities in society are ever expanding and need to be recognized. Not only are persons with disabilities receivers of services, they are also providers. For example, they are students and educators, employees and employers, shoppers and merchants, spectators and athletes, residents of buildings and designers of buildings, to name a few. They participate in all aspects of community life and in doing so, utilize all types of buildings. Users of the code, specifically the sections dealing with building requirements for persons with disabilities, must be aware of the strong impact that proper application of the code has on the day-to-day lives of people with disabilities. Accessibility is paramount. Thoughtful and careful use of this handbook in applying the building requirements for persons with disabilities will benefit all members of the community. . .

"1.1.3. . . . Access or accessible means that a person with disabilities is, without assistance, able to approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities, or either of them. . . .

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