Category Archives: Canada

Take Back Your Power Film in USA Today; Release Sept. 5

Take Back Your Power- the explosive new documentary debut from Canadian filmmaker Joshua del Sol, is set to premiere Sept. 5th, and was covered in USA Today on Monday: Josh del Sol got curious in the summer of 2011 after … Continue reading

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BC People’s Class Action Builds Momentum

A Canadian class action lawsuit started by Nomi Davis, a yoga teacher from British Columbia’s Saltspring Island is gaining momentum, and publicity.  An article in the Vancouver Sun recently included this quote from Una St. Clair of the Center for Safe … Continue reading

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BC CDC Report Warns of Damaging Health Effects From Wireless Devices

According to Citizens for Safe Technology: Based upon recent findings (pdf report), the British Columbia Centers for Disease Control recommends that males keep cell phones away from the groin area and limit mobile phone use. The report confirms that there … Continue reading

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Take Back Your Power Goes on the Road- to a City Near You

This April, the filmmakers of Take Back Your Power, an upcoming feature documentary about smart meters and the smart grid, take their show on the road for some pre-screenings to raise funds in order to complete the film.  Be afraid, … Continue reading

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This Might Be Just What Folks in Naperville Need

People have the inalienable right to defend their safety and their privacy.  Pulsed RF radiation is a documented agent of harm.   We’re not advocating violence, but sometimes when the government starts behaving like a bunch of Nazis, there is … Continue reading

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