January2015


5,000 Signatures Reached to End Artificial Water Fluoridation in Toronto

End Fluoride Toronto was established one and a half years ago and this week we have reached a very significant milestone together. A few days ago our change.org petition asking Toronto City Council to end artificial water fluoridation reached 5,000 signatures. This is amazing news. Even better, we are gaining more support everyday. The word is out and people are waking up to the reality of artificial water fluoridation here and across the world.

Europeans exercise a very important practice called the “Precautionary Principle” which states that “in the absence of scientific consensus that an action is not harmful, the burden of proof that the action is not harmful falls on those taking the action.” With the published Harvard study “Developmental Fluoride Neurotoxicity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis” showing a potential adverse effect of fluoride on our children’s developing brains, why would our … Read More »


Ontario MPP Bob Delaney Deletes Over 100 Fluoride Comments From Facebook Page

Posted on January 7th, by Danny in Bob Delaney MPP, Fluoride Controversy, Fluoride Petition. 3 comments

On December 8th, 2014, Ontario MPP Bob Delaney posted an update to his Facebook page on his recent “Private Members Resolution advocating Province-wide fluoridation of municipal drinking water.”

After Mr. Delaney received more than 100 negative comments about his proposal on his Facebook post (a record), all but two positive comments were deleted. Furthermore, MPP Delaney has banned any person with a view contrary to his own from being able to comment on his Facebook page at all.

Although I was happy that we have clearly made an impact on Mr. Delaney who took the time to direct his office staff to scrub dissenting comments, and that, in the very least, the voice of the people is being heard, that feeling was quickly overshadowed with a strong sense of indignation.

We the people are waking up to the reality of artificial water fluoridation, and … Read More »