Already a wireless world

These few people protesting about a planned cell tower are better off to stay inside a remote cabin where there are no communication towers

These few people protesting about a planned cell tower are better off to stay inside a remote cabin where there are no communication towers.

Towers are located all around town and the province that you would have no idea existed, used for various departments of government, public and private companies for communication. Without towers planes could not fly safely, emergency personnel could not do their jobs, and teenagers would go crazy because they could not text each other.

There are thousands of them already out there, and there is going to be even more. Stay away from Hudson Avenue where Telus has their central office where unbeknownst to you, there is a cell tower on top of it.

Don’t go to the uptown Tim Hortons because there’s a tower there too. Stay away from Piccadilly Mall. Don’t go up Fly Hills or Bastion Mountain for a hike.

Two people protesting to the federal government, the corporation and a property owner isn’t going to do much.

Grab your tin foil hats and throw out your cordless phones, baby monitors, microwave, cell phones, tablets, e-readers, your Chevrolet truck with OnStar, wireless Internet, computers, the list goes on. Technology is here and it isn’t going away.

Dan Faulks