Nov. 24th Meeting Now at REXALL PLACE!
There’s been another minor change for our Town Hall Meeting on the 24th starting at 7:00 p.m. The good folk at Northlands have upgraded us to Rexall Place (it was to be held in Hall D) at no extra cost. This means that we won’t have any problems with overflow or not having enough seats for everyone but it also means we’ve got a lot more space to fill. It will be what they call a “concert bowl” that will have seating for 7,000+ people. So, now more than ever, please make sure all of your friends, neighbours and relatives come out to the biggest power line meeting of its kind in Canada’s history!
Dr. Magda Havas
Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University
Dr. Magda Havas’ research deals with the health effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic energy at the extremely low frequency range associated with electricity (60 Hertz) and at the radio frequency range commonly associated with wireless telecommunication. Since children are more sensitive than adults to the potentially harmful effects of EMFs Dr. Havas has been trying to encourage school boards to measure magnetic fields within their schools as part of their health and safety program. She also provides information to people who are concerned about antennas, power lines or transformers being built near their residence and is currently trying to help with a Private Member’s Motion that would establish guidelines and standards that reflect recent scientific studies and would truly protect public health.
The choice was obvious when RETA had the task of finding an Emcee for this huge meeting… Danny Hooper, of course! Upon hearing of the event and knowing about the issue, Mr. Hooper was on board in an instant offering to help in any way he could. Vision and focus are Danny Hooper’s trademarks. He is a classic Western Canadian entrepreneur – a true risk taker.
Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute
Brian has been involved in doing appraisals since the mid 1970’s, and is a member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada. He has published articles on appraisal, been a guest speaker at a number of industry events and has been an expert witness at hearings for the Alberta Land Compensation board, Alberta Energy & Utilities Board, the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and the British Columbia Supreme Court. With more than 35 years of experience, companies and individuals alike have come to rely on Brian to truly understand the impact industry can have on land and house values.
We’re also working on a couple of other special guests so stay tuned!