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Take Action - Ending water fluoridation is not a pipe dream. Since 1990, over 300 communities in the United States and Canada -- representing millions of people -- have rejected water fluoridation schemes. Epcor began fluoridating water in 1966 as a result of a plebiscite and currently sets the fluoride level at 0.7 mg/L, which is the optimum level determined by an expert panel commissioned by Health Canada in 2008, said spokesman Tim le Riche. Any change to the program would have to come from elected politicians, le Riche said. He noted that Epcor has received seven calls from the public about the issue so far this year. St. Albert resident Michelle Hartum first tried to get council to take up the issue in 2008. She?d like St. Albert to take the lead in drumming up support for the cause in the Capital region. ?We can vote it out. I think it?s up to us,? she said. ?We are wasting hundreds of thousands of dollars a year fluoridating our water when it is completely unnecessary, unethical and dangerous,? said St. Albert resident Brendan Skinner. http://www.stalbertgazette.com/?/council-not-eager-to-rethi? Resources: http://fluoridealert.org/take-action/ http://www.theregenesisproject.com/mf-alberta/ http://www.nteu280.org/Issues/Fluoride/NTEU280-Fluoride.htm http://www.doulton.ca/floride.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TwwNZyRVOA
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