HIGHLY POTENT NEWS THAT MIGHT CHANGE YOUR VIEWS

Windsor Ends Water Fluoridation

by Terry Wilson
Canadian Awareness Network

January 31, 2013

On Monday evening Windsor city council voted 8-3 to end the practice of water fluoridation. After 51 years of fluoridating the water supply.

Mayor Eddie Francis (who voted to remove fluoride) stated: “A lot has changed in the last 60 years … fluoride is not the be-all and end-all to prevent tooth decay,” Source

Windsor now joins a growing list of Canadian communities/cities who are deciding to end the practice. Here is a list of communities who have stopped the fluoride pumps in the last 5 years.

– Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada December 2012

– Orillia, Ontario, Canada July 17, 2012

– Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada July 16, 2012

– Okotoks, Alberta, Canada April 23, 2012

– Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada February 7, 2012

– Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada December 19, 2011

– Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada December 12, 2011

– Lake Cowichan, British Columbia, Canada November 19, 2011

– Williams Lake, British Columbia, November 19, 2011

– Lakeshore, Ontario, Canada October 31, 2011

– Churchill, Manitoba, Canada October 18, 2011

– Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada September 12, 2011

– Taber, Alberta, Canada July 20, 2011

– Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada July 4, 2011

– Calgary, Alberta, Canada February 8, 2011

– Verchères, Québec, Canada February 7, 2011

– Athabasca, Alberta, Canada November 1, 2010

– Waterloo, St. Jacobs and Elmira, Ontario, Canada October 25, 2010

– Gatineau, Québec, Canada May 5, 2010

– Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada July 21, 2009

– Cranberry Portage, Manitoba, Canada January 1, 2009

-Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada December 31, 2008

– Dryden, Ontario, Canada April 2008

– Quebec City, Canada (after 36 years of fluoridation) April 1, 2008

– Welland, Pelham, and parts of Thorold, Ontario, Canada February 2008
List compiled with information from fluoridealert.org

Windsor (and the many other communities listed above) have taken the lead, and it is time for every Canadian to evaluate the practice. Once the real issues in the debate are brought into the public spectrum. We will see a dramatic shift and an end to a failed and discredited medical practice.

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