Smart meter rally set for Sunday

The event is being organized in response to growing concerns that electromagnetic radiation emitted by the wireless hydro devices can adversely affect people's health

A rally protesting the installation of smart meters that is currently underway on residences in Greater Victoria, and throughout the province, happens in front of the B.C. Legislature on Sunday (Sept. 18).

The event is being organized in response to growing concerns that electromagnetic radiation emitted by the wireless hydro devices can adversely affect people’s health. Three organizations are staging the rally: Citizens for Safe Technology, Stop Smart Meters B.C. and Electromagnetic Radiation health Alliance of B.C.

The rally happens from 2:30 to 4 p.m. For details please call Sharon Noble, Colwood-based organizer of Citizens for Safe Technology, at 250-478-7892, or Tammy Jeske at 250-478-9881.

 

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