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Rally against electronic contamination

Protestors rally against the installation of smart meters and other wireless electronic technology like WiFi on Saturday. The rally, at Fraser Foreshore Park in the Glenlyon industrial park, was organized by a group called Citizens for a Safe Technology. It was one of eight such rallies held across the province. Organizers said the wireless devices are responsible for a number of health issues in people who are sensitive to electronic signals as well as an infringement on their democratic rights. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
Protestors rally against the installation of smart meters and other wireless electronic technology like WiFi on Saturday. The rally, at Fraser Foreshore Park in the Glenlyon industrial park, was organized by a group called Citizens for a Safe Technology. It was one of eight such rallies held across the province. Organizers said the wireless devices are responsible for a number of health issues in people who are sensitive to electronic signals as well as an infringement on their democratic rights.
— image credit: MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER

Protestors rally against the installation of smart meters and other wireless electronic technology like WiFi on Saturday. The rally, at Fraser Foreshore Park in the Glenlyon industrial park, was organized by a group called Citizens for a Safe Technology. It was one of eight such rallies held across the province. Organizers said the wireless devices are responsible for a number of health issues in people who are sensitive to electronic signals as well as an infringement on their democratic rights.

 

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