"Canada's Royal Society (equivalent to the US' National Academies of Science) has just completed an evaluation of the county's safety standards for wireless devices like Wi-Fi and cellphones. The review, done at the behest of Health Canada, concludes that the existing standards appear sufficient, and there's no clear evidence of any risks posed by lower exposure. But the report suggests that the government has done a poor job of explaining why it's adopted the standards it has."

"The report advises Health Canada to continue to monitor the latest papers, but in the end, the existing guidelines are likely to be sufficient."

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Royal Society of Canada says Wi-Fi appears safe, exposure limits fine
“Electrosensitivity” seems unrelated to exposure, but should be studied anyway.

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