Citizens for Safe Technology
Empowering the public to protect children
and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
Wireless impacts are being felt worldwide. Awareness of solutions begins with individuals and small but dedicated groups, working to create a network of support, offering insights and strategies to make a positive difference.
A growing network of Citizens for Safe Technology (CST) support exists in Canada and the USA:
British Columbia has support groups and facilitators in the Lower Mainland around Vancouver, in the Interior of the province, and on Vancouver Island.
CST support can also be found locally in Edmonton, Alberta, Manitoba, several regions of Ontario, Quebec and Prince Edward Island.
In the U.S., Rhode Island has a CST chapter, and connections are growing in California, Maine and Florida. More on the way.
Please contact us if you would like to organize a CST group in your local area.
For events and support in these areas, see Regional Entries on our Events Calendar.
Looking for a specific topic or a past article? Search for it below:
B.C., Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Province of Quebec, PEI, Rhode Island, Massachusetts
CST Regional Contacts List for Canada and the U.S.
Canada Contacts in: British Columbia (Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands, B.C. Interior), Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island
U.S.A. Contacts in: Rhode Island and Massachusetts
Citizens for Safe Technology Society citizensforsafetechnology.org
Canada British Columbia
B.C. Lower Mainland
British Columbia Citizens for Safe Technology (CST) Society
Executive Director - Una St. Clair Contact via this website's Contact Us link
North Shore Vancouver B.C. Contact: Sally de la Rue Brown
B.C. Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands
Bowen Island, B.C. Contact: Jayeson Hendyrsan
Central Vancouver Island Nanaimo, B.C. Contact: Christel Martin
Duncan, B.C. Contact: Dorothea Siegler
Qualicum Beach, B.C. Contacts: Marcus and Benita Schluschen
Victoria, B.C. Contact: Karen Weiss
Lake Country/Winfield, and Kelowna, B.C.
Contact for Kelowna area: coming soon
Armstrong, Enderby, Lumby, B.C. Contact: Barb
Kootenays, B.C. Contact: Susan
Slocan Valley, B.C. Contact: Arthur
Vernon, B.C. Contact: coming soon
Edmonton Contact: Gina
Manitoba Region Contact: Margaret
Peterborough, Ontario Contact: Kawartha Safe Technology
Roblin Lennox and Addington County, (Southeast Ontario) Contact: Amanda Taillefer
Sudbury Contact: Sue Pellerin
Toronto Contact: Barb Payne Women's Initiative to Reduce Electro Smog (W.I.R.E.S.)
Canada Province of Quebec
Pointe-Claire, Quebec Contact: Susan Weaver "Citizens for Beck Park"
Canada Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown Contact: Catherine Mullally
U.S.A. Rhode Island Contact: Mary
Massachusetts Contact: Patricia
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Meetings and events on the issue of wireless technologies in homes and communities throughout North America.
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Click the button above to sign our online petition against Smart Meters in British Columbia.
Citizens For Safe Technology
"Wi-Fi: Is It Safe?"
Citizens for Safe Technology is a not-for-profit educational society made up of parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, scientists, politicians and lawyers concerned about the exponential increase in public exposure to harmful wireless technologies.
We believe a profound urgency exists to protect the unsuspecting public, especially children, youth and pregnant mothers from unsafe wireless technologies.
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