Poor health predicted as smart meters installed

B.C. Hydro's smart meters raise health concerns

It’s interesting that Premier Christy Clark and her colleagues have chosen to ignore the majority of B.C. municipalities who voted for a moratorium on the installation of smart meters. Perhaps they will pay more attention in the future when health-care costs begin to skyrocket.

Wireless smart meters emit electro-magnetic radiation and regardless what B.C. Hydro and the B.C. government say, people are going to be negatively affected by this radiation. And we won’t have to wait long for this to occur.

B.C. doctors will begin to see a rise in patients exhibiting headaches, nausea, Parkinson’s, cancer, dementia, arthritis, heart disease, vision problems, miscarriages, DNA damage, anxiety … the list goes on.

Perhaps Premier Clark isn’t concerned about rising health-care costs. Nice to know there is so much money in B.C.’s coffers that she need not be concerned.

Lia Fraser

Victoria

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