NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

  • Less then 1.5% of Newfoundland and Labrador has an artificially fluoridated water-supply.1, 2

YES

Gander3

Flatrock4

St. Lawrence4

Stephenville Crossing4

Wabana4

NO

Bay Roberts4

Bishop’s Falls4

Bonavista4

Botwood4

Burgeo4

Burin4

Carbonear4

Centreville-Wareham-Trinity4

Channel-Port aux Basques4

Clarenville4

Clarke’s Beach4

Conception Bay South4

Deer Lake4

Fortune4

Gambo4

Gander4

Glovertown4

Grandbank4

Grand Falls-Windsor4

Happy Valley-Goose Bay4

Harbour Breton4

Harbour Grace4

Harbour Main-Chapel’s Cove-Lakeview4

Hare Bay4

Holyrood4

Humber Arm South4

Irishtown-Summerside4

Kippens4

Labrador City4

Lewisporte4

Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove4

Marystown4

Massey Drive4

Musgrave Harbour4

Nain4

New-Wes-Valley4

Paradise4

Pasadena4

Placentia4

Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s4

Pouch Cove4

Roddickton-Bide Arm4

Spaniard’s Bay4

Springdale4

St. Alban’s4

St. Anthony4

St. George’s4

Stephenville4

Torbay4

Trinity Bay North4

Twillingate4

Upper Island Cove4

Victoria4

Wabush4

Witless Bay4


NO (Naturally occurring fluoride present)

Rigolet5

>>>Map of Newfoundland where there is a risk of excess fluoride from well water.

NOTE: Naturally occurring fluoride, while still dangerous, is different from the artificially created toxic waste by-product created by the phosphorus industry that is added to public water supplies. 3.1% of all communities in Canada have naturally-occurring fluoride above the levels of 1.5 mg/L recommended by Health Canada.


http://cda-adc.ca/jcda/vol-75/issue-6/451.pdf
2 http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ahc-asc/alt_formats/pacrb-dgapcr/pdf/branch-dirgen/wfc-efc-eng.pdf
3 http://www.ganderbeacon.ca/section/2008-12-04/article-1490363/Council-approves-fluoride-in-drinking-water/1
4 http://www.gov.nl.ca/
5 http://www.assembly.nl.ca/business/hansard/ga41session4/92-03-13.htm