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On October 25, 2010 following four long years of campaigning, presentations, forums, and debates; Waterloo, Ontario citizens voted to shut down their 45 year fluoridation practice. Decommissioning of fluoridation equipment and hydrofluorosilicic acid (HFSA) ensued shortly thereafter on November 29, 2010. – WaterlooWatch.com
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Robert J. Fleming (Executive Director, WaterlooWatch) and Dr. Harry Hoediono (2012 President Elect, Ontario Dental Association) comment on the Region of Waterloo October 25, 2010 fluoridation referendum results, moments after artificial water fluoridation was voted out by a slim margin. – CTV Newscast (3min. 10sec.
25-Oct-10)
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One day after Waterloo's October 25, 2010 public referendum vote to end water fluoridation, the close margin of the vote and promises to honour the vote are reiterated.  Water fluoridation will be
turned off. – CTV Newscast (2min. 30sec.
26-Oct-10)
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Region of Waterloo Administration & Finance Committee passes the by-law motion to honour the fluoridation referendum results and water fluoridation will be turned off at 12:00 Noon on November 29, 2010. – CTV Newscast
(2min. 19sec. 16-Nov-10)
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Region of Waterloo Council is expected to pass a by-law to turn fluoridation off after 50.3% of referendum voters decided 'No' to
water fluoridation; expected to be turned off at 12:00 Noon on November 29, 2010. – CTV Newscast (1min. 1sec. 24-Nov-10)
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Region of Waterloo Council has voted to turn fluoridation off after 50.3% of the referendum voters decided 'No' to water fluoridation. The fluoridation (hydrofluorosilicic acid) will be turned off at 12:00 Noon November 29, 2010. – CTV Newscast (0min. 29sec. 24-Nov-10)
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As a voter receiving Waterloo's fluoridated water (Waterloo, parts of Kitchener, Elmira, St. Jacobs and other parts of Woolwich Township) you will be asked to vote on this question in the October 25th, 2010 municipal election.
"Should the Region of Waterloo fluoridate your municipal water?"
Yes? or No?
Video created/produced by Phil Shuh of Fluoride Free Waterloo
(2min. 38sec. 13-Oct-10)
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On Election Day October 25, 2010
You're Asked To Vote
On The Following Question:


Local Television:


Robert J. Fleming Of WaterlooWatch Is Concerned About Industrial 'Fluoride' In Drinking Water – CTV Newscast
(1min. 19 sec. 12-Jan-08)

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Rogers TV Cable 20 Farwell Live Interviews WaterlooWatch About Water Fluoridation And Hydrofluorosilicic Acid (Part 1)
(10min. 24-Jan-08)
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Rogers TV Cable 20 Farwell Live Interviews WaterlooWatch About Water Fluoridation And Hydrofluorosilicic Acid (Part 2)
(10min. 24-Jan-08)
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Robert J. Fleming Of WaterlooWatch Asks For The 'Fluoridate' Question To Be Factual On The Upcoming Municipal Referendum Ballot – CTV Newscast
(1min. 17 sec. 14-Feb-10)
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Waterloo Region closed debate on the fluoride question today. Voters will see the question: "Should the Region of Waterloo fluoridate your municipal water?"
Yes or No? – CTV Newscast
(1min. 24 sec. 07-Apr-10)
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Waterloo City Hall tells citizens raw tap water is safe and healthy to drink, while they filter out impurities for their staff and tenants. – CTV Newscast (3min. 11 sec.
05-Aug-10) see video




What Local Authorities Don't Seem To Know:

FLUORIDATION WRITTEN SUBMISSION TO CITY OF WATERLOO COUNCIL & COUNCIL MEETING 28-SEP-09

CAN WE TRUST WATER FLUORIDATION: FLEMING - ELMIRA INDEPENDENT WEEKENDER 27-NOV-09

 

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Health Canada Lowers Fluoride Level In Drinking Water... Again

By Robert J. Fleming (Executive Director WaterlooWatch) - Publication Jul-08
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Can Waterloo
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Fluoridation Presentation To Waterloo Community Council 13-May-08

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Fluoride Fight

By Katie Engelhart - MacLean's Magazine
28-Sep-09 - 05-Oct-09
(Pg. 42-46)
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