Mississauga Resident Taking Peel Region to Court

Posted on October 3rd, by Danny in Fluoride Controversy, Fluoride Events. 4 comments

Mississauga Resident Taking Peel Region to Court

When I first met Liesa Cianchino, I was impressed by her enthusiasm and outspoken opinion about the artificial fluoridation of Toronto’s water supply. Now I can see just how deep her devotion goes. She has a remarkable drive which has become more apparent after the announcement of her new lawsuit against the Region of Peel here in Ontario, Canada.

First and foremost, you have to understand that it takes a huge amount of conviction, and personal sacrifice to do something like sue an entire regional council over the claim (fact) that artificial water fluoridation poses many more risks than benefits to the general population. We have been inundated our entire lives with the false promise that adding hydrofluosilicic acid to the water supply (fluoride) that we then ingest into our bodies and brains is somehow magically going to save our teeth from dental decay when in reality our teeth are protected by a regiment of proper dental care and limited exposure to decaying sugars. Standing up and taking a firm stance in he face of such adversity is enviable in the very least.

Second, this case acts as a lesson that even when we are told something by people in authority it is imperative for every individual in any society to question the information that is presented on an ongoing basis. We must question facts, figures and who is behind putting that information together. If your dentist says that drinking fluoride is good, don’t nod your head in agreement. Ask for proof.  Ask questions like “As an oral health care specialist, what qualifications do you have concerning the ingestion of chemicals into the human body?” and “Which studies show that ingesting this chemical is actually good for your teeth?” The blind regurgitation of misinformation must stop.

I commend Ms. Cianchino and wish her the absolute best of luck in this incredible endeavor. Please stay tuned for updates on how this lawsuit progresses.

Here is the link to the full CTV news article:



4 thoughts on “Mississauga Resident Taking Peel Region to Court

  1. Yes she is very courageous. It is stressful to have to fight for clean drinking water. I have never met this brave lady but I sure admire her determination. Bravo!
    May you win for all of us who do not have your courage to do what is right. Taxpayers refusing to accept the poison deliberately added without consent to our drinking water.The Britta Filter company should endorse you financially because with Fluoride gone we can use it.

  2. I have signed petitions, what else can we do? Where do we stand so far? My kids have been having dental problems ever since they started using this fluoridated water when we moved to Peel. I am so tired of it, it is ruining their teeth and God knows what else. I do not want my kids getting sick!

    • You can start by filtering your own water. Reverse Osmosis, Distilled or fluoride-free bottled water. Next, call and email your local city Councillor and let them know how you feel. Your representatives work for you… and please let me know their response 🙂

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