Category Archives: Canada

Growing Smart Meter Resistance on North American Coasts

Resistance “Mounts” as Mt. Shasta Renews Opposition to Smart Meters KOBI5 August 6th, 2018: The Mount Shasta City Council passed an emergency resolution, joining with other California cities, to appeal the installation of smart meters and for the state’s Public Utility … Continue reading

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‘Old Ironsides’ Provides a Secure Analog Meter Defense

Forcible installations have led to an incredible array of defensive structures being built around analog meters to protect homes from the “smart” scourge.  We received the above photo of analog protection dubbed “Old Ironsides” from Eric Windheim, Director of Sacramento … Continue reading

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Dirty Electricity from ‘Smart’ Meters: Answers from the Experts

Last week, after we solicited opinions from readers on the following question: Others were wondering how the switch mode power supplies (SMPS- that convert AC to DC within the meters) could cause so much more dirty electricity than those contained … Continue reading

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Mission, BC ‘Smart’ Meter Burns Family Home to the Ground

This video was tweeted to us last night by the sister of the woman whose house burned down 2 years ago.  The fire started the day after the meter was installed, exactly like the case of Larry Nikkel of Vacaville … Continue reading

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Take Back Your Power Screening/ Public Meeting in Quincy, CA

Stop Smart Meters! is organizing a screening of the film Take Back Your Power in Quincy, CA on Tuesday, November 19th at 7pm.  There will be a Q&A with SSM! Director Josh Hart and a community meeting afterwards to discuss … Continue reading

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