Did I miss something?

I read in the last Valley Voice newspaper that Telus is looking for sites for cell phone towers between Nakusp and Playmor Junction.

I read in the last Valley Voice newspaper that Telus is looking for sites for cell phone towers between Nakusp and Playmor Junction.  I have been telling people for years that our valley is a “clean zone”. Did something happen to change this status?

Telus is looking for sites on both private and crown land.  Would you like one in your backyard?  If you are presently electrically sensitive or have a compromised immune system this will make your symptoms even worse.

If you are not yet electrically sensitive chances are that the radiation from the new cell towers will begin to produce the beginning symptoms in the form of insomnia and headaches. Are we willing to give up our “clean zone” so easily?

Keep in mind that these cell towers do not comply with Safety Code 6 as testing was not done on human tissue nor the response of our bodies to the radiation.

If you are still unsure about your body’s ability to withstand radiation check into information from an engineering technologist at info@thermoguy.com.

Let Telus hear from you!



Linda Louise

Passmore, B.C.


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