MPs Who Care

In June 2015 the Conservatives, Liberals, and NDP on the Parliamentary Health Committee (HESA) unanimously voted to educate and protect Canadians from the growing concern around wireless radiation.

We are asking all Members of Parliament to agree to support efforts to work with Health Canada and other appropriate agencies and organizations to:

  • Develop an awareness campaign relating to the safe use of wireless technologies, such as cell phones and Wi-Fi, in key environments such as the school and home. (see official HESA recommendation)
  • Investigate, and potentially adopt, measures taken in other countries to limit the exposure of vulnerable populations, including infants, and young children in the school environment to radiofrequencies. (see official HESA recommendation)
  • Improve the testing, diagnosis, treatment and data collection regarding electromagnetic hypersensitivity and its possible impact on health in the workplace. (see official HESA recommendation)




In compliance with section 550 of the Canada Elections Act, your pre election commitment to this issue ended on polling day and places no obligation on you to follow a particular course of action either now or in the future. Nothing in this MPs Who Care commitment is intended to limit, nor will it limit, your freedom of action in Parliament  and Canadians For Safe Technology will not rely on it to attempt to achieve such a result. This is consistent with some other similar federal campaigns such as the FCM Hometown Proud one found at


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MPs That Care About Canadians Health

Candidate – Riding – Political Party

Kent Hehr – Calgary Centre – Liberal
Amarjeet Sohi – Edmonton Mill Woods – Liberal

British Columbia
Ron Mckinnon – Coquitlam / Port Coquitlam – Liberal
Wayne Stetski – Kootenay / Columbia – NDP
Sheila Malcolmson – Nanaimo / Ladysmith – NDP
Richard Cannings – South Okanagan / West Kootenay – NDP
Dr. Hedy Fry – Vancouver Centre – Liberal
Joyce Murray – Vancouver Quadra – Liberal
Murray Rankin – Victoria – NDP
Don Davies – Vancouver Kingsway – NDP
Jati Sidhu – Mission / Matsqui / Fraser Canyon – Liberal
Elizabeth May – Saanich / Gulf Islands – Green

Terry Duguid – Winnipeg South – Liberal

New Brunswick

Newfoundland & Labrador

Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia
Sean Fraser – Central Nova – Liberal
Bernadette Jordan – South Shore / St. Margarets – Liberal


Neil Ellis – Bay of Quinte – Liberal
Sonia Sidhu – Brampton South – Liberal
Larry Miller – Bruce / Grey / Owen Sound – Conservative
Rob Oliphant – Don Valley West – Liberal
David Tilson – Dufferin / Caledon – Conservative
David Sweet – Flamborough / Glanbrook – Conservative
Lloyd Longfield – Guelph – Liberal
Filomena Tassi – Hamilton West / Ancaster / Dundas – Liberal
Hon. Judy Sgro – Humber River/Black Creek York West – Liberal
Deborah Schulte – King / Vaughan – Liberal
Bev Shipley – Lambton / Kent / Middlesex – Conservative
Sven Spengemann – Mississauga – Lakeshore – Liberal
Vance Badawey – Niagara Centre – Liberal
John Oliver – Oakville – Liberal
Pam Damoff – Oakville North / Burlington – Liberal
Arif Virani – Parkdale / High Park – Liberal
Cheryl Gallant – Renfrew / Nipissing / Pembroke – Conservative
Majid Jowjari – Richmond Hill – Liberal
Adam Vaughan – Spadina / Fort York – Liberal
Ahmed Hussen – York South / Weston – Liberal

Prince Edward Island
Wayne Easter – Malpeque – Liberal

Christine Moore – Abitibi / Témiscamingue – NDP
Louis Plamondon – Bécancour / Nicolet / Saurel – Bloc
Denis Lemieux – Chicoutimi / Le Fjord – Liberal
Steve Mackinnon – Gatineau – Liberal
David Lametti – LaSalle / Émard / Verdun – Liberal
David Graham – Laurentides / Labelle – Liberal
Hélène Laverdière – Laurier / Sainte-Marie – NDP
Pierre Nantel – Longueuil St-Hubert – NDP
Xavier Barsalou-Duval – Pierre / Boucher / Les Patriotes / Verchères – Bloc
Jean-Yves Duclos – Québec – Liberal
Michel Boudrias – Terrebonne – Bloc

Kevin Waugh – Saskatoon – Grasswood – Conservative
Sheri Benson – Saskatoon West – NDP
Cathay Wagantall – Yorkton / Melville – Conservative


HESA 2015 Recap

Health Canada ignores the scientific research; its review is subject to bias and incorrect conclusions

Health Canada and Industry Canada ignore recommendations from the 2010 Health Committee “offer to provide information, including awareness sessions on exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation.”

In its “fact sheet”, comparing Canada vs. other countries, Health Canada omits countries representing 1.2 billion people with safety levels below Safety Code 6

Health Canada’s statements to the committee conflict with statements made under oath in Quebec Superior Court on Feb 13th, 2013

Health Canada admits there are no studies regarding the cumulative effects of several devices from wireless radiation

Health Canada ignores the 2010 Health Committee recommendation to “ensure that it has a process in place to receive and respond to reports of adverse reactions to electromagnetic radiation emitting devices.”

Health Canada resists the request to have a database that physicians may be asked to look at any kind of possible cause and effect on new cancers among people?

Scientific expert calls for a special category for pregnant women

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Justification for the precautionary principle

Evidence of links to brain cancer

Evidence of links to breast cancer

Evidence that children are more at risk

Canadians feel deceived both by the product manufacturers and the government

Evidence of damage to sperm

Experts call for public education

Evidence for recognition of, and treatment for, electrosensitivity

Official Minutes

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Witnesses Appearing Before Committee

Health Canada

  • Andrew Adams, Director General, Environmental and Radiation Health Sciences Directorate
  • James McNamee, Chief, Health Effects and Assessments Division, Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch

Industry Canada

  • Peter Hill, Director General, Spectrum Management Operations Branch
  • Dan Duguay, Director General, Engineering, Planning and Standards Branch

Royal Society of Canada Panel Members

  • Paul Demers, Director, Occupational Cancer Research Centre, Cancer Care Ontario – Chair RSC Panel
  • Frank Prato, Imaging Program Leader, Lawson Health Research Institute

Canadian Experts

  • Meg Sears, Adjunct Investigator, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute
  • Martin Blank, Special Lecturer, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, Columbia University

Speakers Handouts to The HESA Committee

Health Canada

Official Minutes

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Witnesses Appearing Before Committee

  • Frank Clegg , Chief Executive Officer C4ST
  • Dr Anthony Miller, Professor Emeritus Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
  • Dr Magda Havas, Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University
  • Dr Dariusz Leszczynski, Adjunct Professor, Department of Biosciences, University of Helsinki
  • Rob Tarzwell, Clinical Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia

Speakers Presentations To The HESA Committee

Official Minutes

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Witnesses Appearing Before Committee

  • Carmen Krogh, Independent Health Researcher
  • Beth Harrington, Independent Health Researcher
  • Dr Riina Bray, Medical Director Environmental Health Clinic, Women’s College Hospital
  • Dr Anne-Marie Nicol, Assistant Professor Faculty of Health Sciences, Women’s College Hospital
  • Dr Devra Davis, President and Founder Environmental Health Trust
  • Dr Martha Herbert, Assistant Professor Neurology, Harvard Medical School
  • Bernard Lord, President and CEO Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association

Speakers Presentations To The HESA Committee

Feb 24th, 2015 Motion brought forward to HESA committee by Liberal Health Critic Dr Hedy Fry amended and carried.

March 13th, 2015 Health Canada releases severely flawed 2015 version of Safety Code 6 despite HESA investigations about to commence.

March 24th, 2015 Day 1 of HESA hearings investigating Safety Code 6 took place (see below for details)

March 26th, 2015 “It was agreed, — That, notwithstanding the motions adopted Tuesday, February 24, 2015, the Committee hear witnesses concerning Safety Code 6 on Tuesday, April 21, and consider a draft report of its study of scopes of practice on Thursday, April 23, 2015.”

April 23rd, 2015 Day 2 of HESA hearings investigating Safety Code 6 took place.

April 28th, 2015 Day 3 of HESA hearings investigating Safety Code 6 took place.

April 30th, 2015 It was agreed, That the Standing Committee on Health direct Health Canada to provide detailed information in the form of a full scientific monograph on the reasons for acceptance or rejection of 140 studies on EMR submitted by Canadians for Safe Technologies with regards to Safety Code 6.

June 9th, 2015 The HESA Committee agreed on and finalized the draft report of it’s final recommendations.

June 17th, 2015 Chair of the HESA Committee MP Ben Lobb read and tabled the recommendations into the House of Commons.