On April 14th, 2015, I received message from the House of Commons of Canada saying, among others:
“Dear Professor Leszczynski,
The House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Health would like to invite you to appear before the Committee, either in Ottawa or by videoconference, on Thursday, April 23, 2015, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., to contribute to its study of Health Canada’s Safety Code 6.
The Committee is basing its study on a motion agreed to on Tuesday, February 27: “That the Committee undertake a comprehensive study of no fewer than two meetings, plus one to consider a draft report, to study the Health Canada Safety Code 6 on human exposure to electromagnetic energy, that it invite relevant witnesses to appear, and that the committee reports its findings to the House.” The Committee later agreed, on Tuesday, March 31, to add a third meeting to hear witnesses.
Your participation, as a member of a panel along with (tentatively) Dr. Emilie van Deventer and Prof. Rob Tarzwell, would consist of an opening statement of up to ten minutes from each of you, followed by turns of questions from the members for the balance of the time.”
I agreed to testify and will do it from a videoconference facility in Helsinki. Text of my written testimony will be made available on this BRHP blog on April 24, 2015 (owing time difference, my testimony from Helsinki will take place around Midnight on April 23, 2014).