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Golita Schnittka is among several dozen people protesting the dangers of wireless radiation at a march held Saturday along the Trans-Canada Highway and a rally at the Ross Street Plaza.  - James Murray/Observer
Golita Schnittka is among several dozen people protesting the dangers of wireless radiation at a march held Saturday along the Trans-Canada Highway and a rally at the Ross Street Plaza.
— image credit: James Murray/Observer

Golita Schnittka is among several dozen people protesting the dangers of wireless radiation at a march held Saturday along the Trans-Canada Highway and a rally at the Ross Street Plaza.

 

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