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No need for changes to cellphone, antenna safety standards, gov’t says

Briefs | 07/23/2020 4:01 pm EDT

The federal government has responded to a petition calling for Canada to restrict the installation of cellphone towers and antennas around schools and playgrounds, saying such measures are unnecessary.

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