NOVA SCOTIA

  • 56.8% of Nova Scotia has an artificially fluoridated water-supply.1, 2

YES

Halifax Area3

– Pockwock (Halifax, Bedford, Sackville, Timberlea/Lakeside, Windsor Junction)

– Lake Major (Dartmouth, Cole Harbour, Eastern Passage)

– North Preston

Kentville4

Port Hawkesbury5

Sydney Area6

– Sydney, Glace Bay, New Waterford and North Sydney

Truro4


NO

Bridgewater7


NO (Naturally occurring fluoride present)

Mill Cove8

NOTE: Naturally occurring fluoride, while still dangerous, is different from the articially 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.halifax.ca/hrwc/documents/HalifaxWaterReport2007and2008.pdf
4 http://www.fluoridation.com/caries3.htm#Ismail%20AI,%20et%20al.,%20Should%20the%20drinking%20water%20of%20Truro,%20Nova%20Scotia,%20be%20fluoridated%20Water%20fluoridation%20in%20the%201990s
5 http://www.townofporthawkesbury.ca/drinking-water
6 http://www.capebretonpost.com/index.cfm?sid=173123&sc=595
7 http://www.southshorenow.ca/archives/2000/021600/news/15.html
8 http://www.southshorenow.ca/archives/2008/090208/pdf/complete_BB_web%2015.pdf