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There are two major outstanding issues, to date, that Wireless Age’s technology might be able to solve or part solve (contribute to a solution). They affect human life as we know it, both on a national and international level.

Issue #1. Waste Management. Where do we stockpile our trash? Is there enough room to advance landfills? Or are we running out of space? Ship it to our neighbors? What if they don’t want it anymore? And most importantly, what are the environmental and health risks associated with landfills and/or incineration?

Issue #2. Non-renewable resources & energy consumption. What can we do to ensure that the environment is not destroyed with Greenhouse Gases? Are there alternative energy solutions that will spare the destruction of our atmosphere? Are there energy solutions that leave very small ecological footprints? Is our demand for energy shrinking – or on the other hand – growing? Where will we go to meet our energy demands once we run out of non-renewable resources such as fossil fuels (ie. Coal)? Has the government, the UN, or any other leading party taken initiative in ensuring well-being of this planet? What steps can be taken?

Solution.

An effective, environmentally conscious solution is Plasma Gasification. In video format, a brief overview of the technology: http://timelesswealth.net/video.html

~Plasma is the fourth state of matter, created using electricity and gas flow. Plasma allows for temperatures that exceed the surface of the sun.
~Lighting Bolts, Florescent properties of light bulbs, and the Sun (as well as most stars in the Universe) are common examples of Plasma.
~Plasma torches are used to apply extreme temperatures (>1000°C) to the biogas. This cracks the tars and destroys harmful pollutants, reforming and conditioning the gas for power generation equipment.
~Biogas is the biological breakout of organic substance in the absence of oxygen.
In simpler terms, thermal treatment of waste is the broad classification or generalization of this technology. Thermal treatment of waste, globally, is distributed as follows:

Japan is the world leader with thermal treatment of waste reaching 95%
Europe follows with 50% thermal treatment
North America lags significantly with less than 5%, hence there is a large unmet demand, a necessity in other words.
http://www.ec.gc.ca/drgd-wrmd/347373E0-AAB7-4717-AF4C-72C1C49504A2/MSWThermalTre atmentinCanada%20WebsiteVersion-En.pdf
According to, http://www.massbalance.org/downloads/projectfiles/1826-00237.pdf:
”The present level of landfill disposal for municipal solid
waste, sewage sludge and other organic combustible waste is
not a sustainable option.”

In earlier years, the province of Ontario shipped 1/3 of their waste down to the States, specifically through Michigan. The United States slowly began limiting the garbage they would be willing to accept, and went as far as considering completely putting an end to such a transaction: http://toronto.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20051023/toronto_trash_crisis_051 023/20060224/?

Landfills have been reaching limits for years, not to mention the horrific ecological footprints that they have left. According to the UN, humans run risk of epidemic breakouts, and destruction of natural habitats, which in turn set off their own, respective, undesirable factors.
http://css.escwa.org.lb/sd/25aug08/Session1/1-51.ppt#7

Waste to energy facilities, commonly incinerators have left a detrimental impact on the environment. Carbon-dioxide levels are monitored by the United Nations to meet certain standards. The industrialized nations, Canada for instance, signed an agreement obliging them to meet certain emission standards by 2012. The Kyoto Protocol will engage a great deal of government involvement in renewable energy solutions such as Plasma Gasification. http://unfccc.int/kyoto_protocol/items/2830.php

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Continued...
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Comparison of Incineration to Plasma Gasification.

[IMG]images.investorshub.advfn.com/images/uploads/2009/7/8/ifdud21.png[IMG]

The cost of a Plasma Gasification plant is comparable and can be cheaper than an incineration plant according to: http://www.futurenrg.net/level1.php?level1=11&main_id=3


Canada’s emission levels from 1990 to 2007, and Kyoto Protocol target, respectfully.

[img] timelesswealth.net/images/kyoto.jpg [/img]

~Globally, there is a movement away from landfills and towards thermal treatment of waste because of environmental and pubic health concerns, land scarcity near waste sources and energy demand growth.

~Canada ranks 7th in the world for electricity production and is one of the top energy consumers per capita. Power production is approximately 590 terawatt-hours (TWh), with installed Green Power of only 3.5%.

~Ontario is the most energy intensive region in Canada. About 37% of Ontario’s electricity is supplied by nuclear power, 21% by coal-fired plants, 16% by oil and natural gas plants and 26% by renewable sources, primarily hydroelectric.
~Within the next 20 years, nearly 80% of the province’s existing generating capacity will need to be replaced because of population and economic growth, nuclear facilities nearing the end of their service lives, and the need to eliminate environmentally harmful coal-fired generation.

Plasma Gasification is the recycling of waste that yields high energy that can be converted into electricity. It is a solution to an ongoing global concern.

In Ontario the highest level of government are reevaluating their “green-energy” approach with initiatives such as the Green Energy Act: http://www.greenenergyact.ca/
Initiatives such as the Green Act in Ontario will ensure that Wireless Age secures long-term power purchase agreement with the Canadian Government. Both parties benefit from the transaction as capital is invested into the well-being of the future.

Recap

Plasma Gasification is an effective and intelligent solution to several ongoing political and environmental concerns. The benefits of this technology, again, are:
Reducing the burden on landfills by processing and converting waste to Renewable Energy.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from landfill emitted gases such as CH4 (methane) and CO2.
Reducing fossil fuel consumption by generation of Renewable Energy from waste.

Wireless Age is a company pursuing Plasma Gasification technology. They are partnering with some of the larger players in the Renewable Energy sector to make ends meet. They are securing contracts between themselves and waste management companies as well as the government as a major consumer of electricity over a long period time, which is certainty of business and income.
Wireless Age Reviews Renewable Energy Development Opportunity
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 29, 2009) - In the release issued at 1:02PM ET JUNE 29, 2009, the stock exchange for Wireless Age Communications, Inc. was listed incorrectly. Wireless Age trades on the PINK SHEETS not the OTCBB. The complete and corrected release follows.

Wireless Age Communications, Inc. (PINK SHEETS:WLSA) ("Wireless Age" or "the Company") announced today that following the disposal of all of the assets of its subsidiaries Wireless Age Communications Ltd. and Wireless Source Distribution Ltd. and while progress is being made with the finalization of the bankruptcy proceedings of the entities, the Company has begun to negotiate the acquisition of certain rights to plasma gasification opportunities in North America.

Plasma gasification is an energy recovery process based on conversion technology with high energy output and best-of-class environmental performance. The counter-party to the negotiations is a development company with strategic investments in various global energy projects and to date its development holdings are based on a focused model and project design:

- Energy recovery from plasma enhanced gasification;

- Electricity sales in long-term power purchase agreements;

- Tipping fee revenue.

The projected commercial implications of these exclusive plasma gasification development opportunities are based on long-term power purchase agreements (certainty of long-term revenue) and long-term feedstock arrangements (contracts for municipal solid waste).

The counter-party has implemented exclusive developer agreements for multiple energy recovery facilities in Canada and has also been pursuing renewable energy development ventures in the United States.

John G. Simmonds, CEO of Wireless Age stated; "It is now time to start talking about the rebirth of the Company. The global financial crisis and the events forced upon us by our former business partners earlier this year have made negotiating a go-forward plan long, slow and arduous. However, we believe that we are far enough down the road to make some of our intentions public. We believe that renewable energy opportunities may be financed and developed even during these difficult times. Our mandate is to define the parameters of these opportunities, to assemble a new team and to restore the Company to a stronger trading platform. Although it will take some time, we believe that eventually confidence will be restored and remaining shareholders will be rewarded for their patience."
http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Wireless-Age-Communications-Inc-PINK-SHE ETS-WLSA-1010744.html

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interesting CEO background
http://timelesswealth.net/wlsa_exec.html

Mr. Simmonds was Chairman and CEO of Wireless Age Communications Inc. from May 2003 to March 2005, and then reappointed in February 2007 to take the business forward. Now 57, Mr. Simmonds has accumulated over 40 years of experience in various sectors, including electronics, golf, horse racing, casinos and the online world, but most extensively in the wireless business. He also has considerable experience building teams, operating systems, and distribution networks. Mr. Simmonds has particular experience with public corporations, having held many high-level management and board positions throughout his career.

In addition to his role as Chairman and CEO of Wireless Age Communications Inc., Mr. Simmonds is currently President and CEO of Newlook Industries Corp. (TSXV: NLI), CEO of Gamecorp Ltd, formerly Eiger Technology, Inc. (CNQ: GGG, OTCBB: GAIMF), Chairman and CEO of Racino Royale, Inc., now InterAmerican Gaming, Inc. (OTCBB: IAGM), TrackPower, Inc., now Gate To Wire Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: GWIR), and Lumonall, Inc. (OTCBB: LUNL).

During his career, Mr. Simmonds has acquired or created many corporate entities. These include the following:

Clublink Inc. - Mr. Simmonds founded Canada's largest golf course owner/operation with enterprise value of over $1 billion.

Dynacharge - sold for $10 million to Duracell.

Glenayre Electronics - taken public in 1991 on Nasdaq for $80 million, peaked at $3 billion in early nineties.

Intek Diversified - sold for over $500 million to Securicor in 1996.

Mr. Simmonds also owns and breeds standard bred racehorses and lives in King City, Ontario, just north of Toronto. He lives there with his wife, Deborah, and two children Jack and Henry.


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Clublink Inc. - Mr. Simmonds founded Canada's largest golf course owner/operation with enterprise value of over $1 billion.

http://www.secinfo.com/d13Wqv.z2ap.htm
"...In 1989, Mr. Simmonds purchased the first of many golf courses, Cherry Downs, a private 18-hole golf course located just north of Toronto, Canada. Cherry Downs was later sold into a public company, which became Clublink Corporation (TO: LNK) and today is the largest golf course operation in Canada."

As a publically traded company (LNK.TO), Clublink Corp. peaked at $15.99 in 1998 under Simmonds' leadership as CEO. Market Cap (with approx. 22M shares outstanding) reflected a value of $352,000,000.
investing.businessweek.com
http://dplus.clublink.ca/content/objects/2001_AIF.pdf Mr.Simmonds resigned in 2004.
http://dplus.clublink.ca/content/objects/chief.pdf

Clublink operates the largest chain of gold courses in Canada. Their enterprise value is not only valued in quantity of members (primary source of revenue), but real estate value of their strategic placements (ie. resorts) as well. They offer estates in luxurious setting: http://en.clublink.ca/realestate/

John and his brother Bruce founded Clublink Corp. in 1993. As a major Canadian newspaper published a few years ago, the reigning CEO was listed in the top 25 most influential people in Canadian Golf.
"The Top 25 Most Influential Figures in Canadian Golf" 8 | RAI SAHI, CEO, CLUBLINK CORP. (NR) Up (FORMER CLUBLINK CEO BOB POILE WAS RANKED #14 IN 2007)

While he owned a large block of shares in corporate golf giant ClubLink Corp., it wasn't until the middle of 2007 that real estate baron Rai Sahi consolidated his position as the majority owner of the company. That move included the departure of then CEO Bob Poile (#14 on our 2007 list). Though not an active manager of ClubLink, Sahi's wealth and seniority in the real estate business could make him a force in the game - if he chooses. So far he's decided to remain relatively quiet, leaving the operations of the company to his senior executives.

"I don't see him as influential as [Clublink Founder] Bruce Simmonds would have been, or even Poile, due to his management style of total delegating to his senior management rather than hands-on management," says one senior source in the golf course business.
http://www.nationalpost.com/related/topics/story.html?id=1563314

Dynacharge - sold for $10 million to Duracell

http://www.wallstreet-online.de/diskussion/1012995-1-
In 1981, he began a long career of buying low cost acquisitions and building them up for later resale. He purchased Dynacharge out of bankruptcy for $100,000 and sold it four years later for $10 million.

Dynacharge was sold in 1985.
http://www.321gold.com/editorials/moriarty/moriarty100103.html

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nice find:

Posted by: EDWARD STEVENSON Date: Thursday, July 09, 2009 10:41:46 AM
In reply to: EDWARD STEVENSON who wrote msg# 217 Post # of 242

If Sunbay is indeed the chosen location where Wireless Age will construct their Waste to Energy Plant operating with Plasma Gasification technology, then according to the criteria of the Green Energy Act they will automatically be eligible to receive government grants/capital injection. Port Hope would meet the location criteria, and "Turtle Island Recycling", http://www.sunbayenergy.com/about_us_projects_port_hope.php, would meet the ongoing "feedstock"(waste) criteria, to run an operation.

As their last press release clearly stated, this project would yield them two immediate lines of revenue, emerging from long-term power purchase agreements (with the government of Ontario) and tipping revenue, which is derived from waste management.

Electricity sales in long-term power purchase agreements;

Tipping fee revenue.
http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Wireless-Age-Communications-Inc-PINK-SHE ETS-WLSA-1010744.html

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wow, check management on Sunbay Energy Corp:
http://www.sunbayenergy.com/about_us_management.php

Former deputy minister of environment for Ontario is in! eom

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gonna be big. eom
Ed, thanks for that:

Posted by: EDWARD STEVENSON Date: Friday, July 10, 2009 12:28:37 PM
In reply to: Richagain who wrote msg# 264 Post # of 268

Interview with Mr. Simmonds - Q&A format.

I interviewed Mr. Simmonds this morning in order to seek answers to some of my outstanding questions and concerns. The way this is structured is Q&A:


Q:Are there plans of a takeover with Sunbay Port Hope?
A:Pause 15 seconds...Several options are being considered, however, at this point, this information remains internal to the company.

Q:When can we (as shareholders) expect to see a release pertaining to company plans and initiatives in the renewable energy sector?
A:There will be numerous releases next week outlining our plans. They should clarify your first question as well.

Q:Was your trip to Connecticut associated with an outstanding Wireless Age project?
A:Yes, to briefly clarify - there will be a release on this renewable energy project in the coming weeks as well. We are engaging several American projects.

Q:Can you be reassured that, for instance, with your project in Ontario, that Wireless Age will qualify for government assistance, grants, capital?
A:Under the Green Energy Act we meet all the outstanding criteria. The Government will be our largest consumer of electricity with long-term power purchase agreements.

Q:Are there any members of management with ties to the government/environmental officials?
A:Yes, the complete team will be announced in the coming weeks as well.

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http://www.sunbayenergy.com/faq.php
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.085 x .09 +41.67

wait for BIG BOOM on Monday.eom

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europlasma - http://www.europlasma.com

wow:
"- The new renewable energy production activities (CHO Power subsidiary) have made major progress, with the effective completion of the preliminary stages needed to start up four projects for production plants: Morcenx, France; Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, in partnership with SunBay Energy; Beja, Portugal, in partnership with Regenco and Eneolica; and Hirwaun, in Wales, in partnership with Enviroparks. R&D focused on using new processes with the plasma torch technology, which CHO Power’s activities are notably based on, lies at the heart of Europlasma’s development projects for 2009 and the years to come."
http://www.europlasma.com/assets/files/Press_Release/MLEUP_CP_ResFY2008_20090527 _UK_DEF.pdf

For all who don't get what's going here:
Wireless Age is acquire (or doing merger) Sunbay Energy; taking over Port Hope Project... Huge revenues from government (sure-deal) and big tipping fees off feedstock intake. eom

look at details here: http://timelesswealth.net/wlsa.html

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NEW!!! Due Diligence presentation on Wireless Age Communications, Inc. stock symbol WLSA.PK

View the presentation here: http://timelesswealth.net/presentations/timelesswealth_wlsa.htm

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quote:
Originally posted by EDWARD STEVENSON:
NEW!!! Due Diligence presentation on Wireless Age Communications, Inc. stock symbol WLSA.PK

View the presentation here: http://timelesswealth.net/presentations/timelesswealth_wlsa.htm

looking good, thanks
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huge!

Monday, July 13 2009 10:12 AM, EST Wireless Age in Discussions on Loan Repayment Market Wire    "US Press Releases "
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 07/13/09 -- Wireless Age Communications, Inc. ("Wireless Age")(PINK SHEETS: WLSA) and its controlling shareholder Newlook Industries Corp. ("Newlook")(TSX VENTURE: NLI) announced today they are in discussions with respect to the terms and conditions of debt repayment between the two parties.

Pursuant to the discussions, Newlook, subject to regulatory approval, will transfer approximately 30 million common shares of Wireless Age and 2 million common shares of Newlook to Wireless Age in exchange for debt reduction. Such shares of Wireless Age will be returned to treasury.

In a related transaction, Newlook has agreed to transfer all of the issued and outstanding common shares of its wholly-owned subsidiary Grandvue Inc. ("Grandvue") and its interest in an 18% secured convertible promissory note issued by Function Mobile Inc. to Gamecorp Ltd. ("Gamecorp")(CNSX: GGG), a related party, in exchange for 2 million Newlook common shares held by Gamecorp . Gamecorp is a related party due to its ownership of approximately 18% of Newlook and certain common officers and directors. Grandvue has provided equipment lease financing to IAG Peru S.A.C., a related party to Newlook, Gamecorp and Wireless Age , by virtue of common officers and directors with its parent InterAmerican Gaming, Inc. (OTCBB: IAGM).

The terms and conditions of the debt reduction have not been finalized at this time; however the final terms and conditions will have to be approved by disinterested directors of Newlook and Wireless Age . The transaction is also subject to regulatory approval and the approval of the full Newlook and Wireless Age boards of directors.

John G. Simmonds , CEO of Wireless Age stated; "We believe it is in the best interests of all concerned to sever the ownership of Wireless Age by Newlook. Newlook will return to the Company all remaining shares in Wireless Age and Wireless Age will cancel the returned shares thereby reducing the issued and outstanding from approximately 57.6 million to approximately 27.6 million. With the two million Newlook shares obtained in this transaction, Wireless Age will own approximately 16% of Newlook. Following this proposed transaction there will likely remain a residual debt balance that we hope to resolve on a mutually satisfactory basis shortly."

Note: This press release contains "forward looking statements" as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based on currently available competitive, financial and economic data and management's views and assumptions regarding future events. Such forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain. Wireless Age Communications, Inc. cannot provide assurances that the matters described in this press release will be successfully completed or that the company will realize the anticipated benefits of any transaction. Actual results may differ materially from those projected as a result of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to: global economic and market conditions; the war on terrorism and the potential for war or other hostilities in other parts of the world; the availability of financing and lines of credit; successful integration of acquired or merged businesses; changes in interest rates; management's ability to forecast revenues and control expenses, especially on a quarterly basis; unexpected decline in revenues without a corresponding and timely slowdown in expense growth; the company's ability to retain key management and employees; intense competition and the company's ability to meet demand at competitive prices and to continue to introduce new products and new versions of existing products that keep pace with technological developments, satisfy increasingly sophisticated customer requirements and achieve market acceptance; relationships with significant suppliers and customers; as well as other risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to those detailed from time to time in Wireless Age Communications, Inc. SEC filings. Wireless Age Communications, Inc. undertakes no obligation to update information contained in this release. For further information regarding risks and uncertainties associated with Wireless Age Communications, Inc.'s business, please refer to the risks and uncertainties detailed from time to time in Wireless Age Communications, Inc.'s SEC filings.

Contacts: Wireless Age Communications, Inc. John G. Simmonds Chairman & CEO 905-833-2753 ext. 223

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*** New Report: Renewable energy project in association with the government a reality? ***

Wireless Age Communications, Inc. is pursing opportunities with Plasma Gasification technology. Linked to Sunbay Energy Corp. (Port Hope), Wireless Age will look to benefit from the Green Energy Act of Ontario. Their principle routine will involve turning waste (feedstock) into clean (green) energy through an efficient, effective, and environmentally conscious effort. Ultimately, as strong evidence suggests there will be a takeover of Sunbay Energy Corp., and Wireless Age Communications, Inc. will be based out of Port Hope, Ontario as a renewable energy company.
http://www.sunbayenergy.com/about_us_projects.php

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<b>Plasco Energy Group</b>

Plasco Energy Group is a private entity based in Ottawa, Ontario. Their business, likewise, also involves waste to energy with the brilliance of plasma gasification technology.
http://www.zerowasteottawa.com/en/

They are a great example of what Wireless Age/Sunbay is striving to build -- only (Plasco) on a smaller scale.

After one year of operating their waste to energy plant based in Ottawa, Ontario, Plasco had the following to report:

convert 85 tonnes of solid waste per day using Plasco’s conversion technology. At that rate, a net amount of 4 MW of electricity—enough to power 3,600 homes—will be fed into the Ontario energy grid.
http://www.zerowasteottawa.com/docs/25.%20Annual%20report%20141-RT-2494_RevB%20- %20March%2024,%202009%20.pdf


Sunbay Port Hope is preparing for a larger operation that will intake 400 tons per day of feedstock and produce 20 MW net to the grid.
http://www.sunbayenergy.com/about_us_projects_port_hope.php

Therefore Sunbay's proposed plant will operate 5X more effectively, converting municipal waste (feedstock) into enough energy to power not 3,600 but 18,000 homes.

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<b>Government grants.</b>

Plasco Energy Group had the following to report in association with their Zero-Waste Ottawa project.
Private investment in Plasco over the last three years has totaled $90 million. The company received the
largest single funding from Sustainable Technologies Development Canada ($9.5 million) and also
received a $4 million dollar loan from the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation.

http://www.zerowasteottawa.com/en/About-Project/


The Ontario Power Authority, reportedly to become Sunbay Port Hope's consumer of electricity set aside a $14.1 billion investment in the Ontario electricity system that began in 2005 and will continue through 2013.
http://www.powerauthority.on.ca/Page.asp?PageID=924&ContentID=6886

Under the Green Energy Act of Ontario projects such as Sunbay Port Hope will be accommodated with capital injections just as the facility based out of Ottawa, with Plasco Energy Group.

Port Hope will amass a larger demand than their competition in Ottawa as the Greater Toronto Area is occupied by the largest population in the nation (Canada). Partnering with one of the largest waste haulers in the city (Toronto) the feedstock will be composed of low moisture, high‐energy material including recycling residuals from ICI wastes and textiles.
http://timelesswealth.net/turtle.html

Under the Green Energy Act, a feed-in tariff program will be established. http://www.greenenergyact.ca/Page.asp?PageID=924&ContentID=1114

Ontario's Proposed Feed-in Tariff Program Highlights
Objectives of the FIT Program:

-Increase capacity of renewable energy supply to ensure
adequate generation and reduce emissions
-Simpler method to procure and develop generation
-Create new green industries through new investment and job creation
-Provide incentives for investment in renewable energy technologies

http://www.powerauthority.on.ca/FIT/

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<b>Connecting local and provincial government to Sunbay Port Hope.</b>

Among Sunbay's management team, Mr. Stein Lal occupies a position. Accordingly, he has served as the Deputy Minister of the Environment of Ontario and reserves strong ties to programs that will invest in this renewable energy project.
Background information, including various sources profiling Mr. Lal: http://timelesswealth.net/wlsa_team.html

Port Hope's Mayor comments on Sunbay's renewable energy project and their role in the Green Energy Act.
According to Linda Thompson, Mayor of Port Hope, Ontario, home of the Sunbay Port Hope Project:

"Now is the time for the public and private sector to work together to build essential infrastructure and create sustainable employment. The opportunity this opens for world-class energy projects that also protect the environment, like Sunbay Port Hope, could be a huge step forward for the Province."

http://www.sunbayenergy.com/about_us_green_energy_act.php

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Renewable energy project in association with the government a reality? Continued...

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Key words, "opportunities" (plural) and "North America" (therefore not limited to Canada, let alone Ontario).
rights to plasma gasification opportunities in North America.
http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Wireless-Age-Communications-Inc-PINK-SHE ETS-WLSA-1010744.html

Wireless Age is proposing numerous projects in the "green" renewable energy district. Remember that President Obama set aside significant capital to fund operations of this nature.


<b>Obama signs stimulus plan, touts clean energy.</b>
February 17, 2009 1:15 PM PST
by Martin LaMonica

President Obama signed into law a government stimulus package Tuesday and said the energy provisions will pave the path for doubling the amount of renewable energy in the next three years.

Energy is a major piece of the massive $787 billion package, totaling about $38 billion in government spending and about $20 billion in tax incentives over the next 10 years, according to estimates.
Obama signed the bill, called the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, into law at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science where he later took a tour of the museum's solar-panel installation.

The energy portions of the law are intended to promote rapid development of renewable energy sources and increase energy efficiency in buildings, appliances, and other sectors of the economy.

The president said he hoped that the clean-energy-related portions of the bill will inspire Americans the same way that President Kennedy's goal to put a man on the moon did in the 1960s.

"I hope this investment will ignite our imagination once more in science, medicine, energy and make our economy stronger, our nation more secure, and our planet safer for our children," Obama said before signing the bill.

The major energy-related portions of the law were largely left intact after Congressional debate. Overall, the plan will more than triple the amount of spending on clean-energy programs, said Daniel Weiss, a fellow at the Center for American Progress.

Major energy portions include:


•A three-year extension to the tax credit for wind, which would have expired at the end of this year, and an extension until the end of 2013 for geothermal and biomass renewable-energy projects. The credit has been increased to 30 percent of the investment.

•$4.5 billion in direct spending to modernize the electricity grid with smart-grid technologies.

•$6.3 billion in state energy-efficient and clean-energy grants and $4.5 billion to make federal buildings more energy efficient.

•$6 billion in loan guarantees for renewable energy systems, biofuel projects, and electric-power transmission facilities.

•$2 billion in loans to manufacture advanced batteries and components for applications such as plug-in electric cars.

•$5 billion to weatherize homes of up to 1 million low-income people.

•$3.4 billion appropriated to the Department of Energy for fossil energy research and development, such as storing carbon dioxide underground at coal power plants.

•A tax credit of between $2,500 and $5,000 for purchase of plug-in electric vehicles, available for the first 200,000 placed into service.

Full article: http://news.cnet.com/8301-11128_3-10165605-54.html

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<b>*** Investor Due Diligence Presentation ***</b>

Take the time to review our due diligence presentation on Wireless Age Communications, Inc. The presentation will take you step by step through the volumes of background information, research and due diligence found on this undervalued investment opportunity. It will present fact and relate it to the opportunities this company is pursuing.

Wireless Age Communications, Inc. investor presentation: http://timelesswealth.net/presentations/timelesswealth_wlsa.htm

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This thread is set aside for "Micro Penny Stocks, Penny Stocks $0.10 & Under"...what happens when WLSA breaks $0.10?
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move it to .10 and up, thats what we did with CSHD, lol

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WLSA news ~ Wireless Age to Enter Plasma Gasification Sector

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Jul 22, 2009 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Wireless Age Communications, Inc. (PINK SHEETS: WLSA), ("Wireless Age" or "the Company") announced today that it has entered into a letter of intent with PowerPlay Energy Corp. ("PowerPlay") and Sunbay Energy Corp. ("Sunbay") to acquire the exclusive rights to develop Sunbay plasma gasification opportunities in the United States of America (the "USA Rights") and to acquire 60% of the issued and outstanding shares of Sunbay Port Hope Inc. ("Sunbay Port Hope"). Closing of the transaction is scheduled for July 31, 2009.
The Company has agreed to acquire the USA Rights and control of Sunbay Port Hope in exchange for seven million five hundred thousand (7,500,000) common shares of Newlook Industries Corp ("Newlook") and approximately $270,000 US in cash and forgiveness of debt. The Company will also enter into a management services agreement with PowerPlay to utilize the expertise of Mr. Jordan Oxley and his team. Mr. Oxley has over 7 years experience in clean energy development and he will become an integral part of the Wireless Age management team moving forward.

Sunbay Port Hope was organized to pursue a Sunbay biomass plasma gasification project in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. Sunbay has entered into an exclusive developer agreement with Europlasma SA for Canada.

John G. Simmonds, CEO of Wireless Age stated; "We believe that renewable energy projects are extremely timely and will generate above average returns for shareholders. The Port Hope biomass project has been funded by Newlook, our controlling shareholder so we're well aware of what's necessary to make that project a success. We are in final stage discussions with potential new business partners and we plan to make known our plans for the United States market shortly. We also expect that Wireless Age and Newlook will complete our previously announced restructuring of debt as well as a name change for Wireless Age. The Port Hope project alone should provide Wireless Age with over $2M in net income once it is operational."

Note: This press release contains "forward looking statements" as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based on currently available competitive, financial and economic data and management's views and assumptions regarding future events. Such forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain. Wireless Age Communications, Inc. cannot provide assurances that the matters described in this press release will be successfully completed or that the company will realize the anticipated benefits of any transaction. Actual results may differ materially from those projected as a result of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to: global economic and market conditions; the war on terrorism and the potential for war or other hostilities in other parts of the world; the availability of financing and lines of credit; successful integration of acquired or merged businesses; changes in interest rates; management's ability to forecast revenues and control expenses, especially on a quarterly basis; unexpected decline in revenues without a corresponding and timely slowdown in expense growth; the company's ability to retain key management and employees; intense competition and the company's ability to meet demand at competitive prices and to continue to introduce new products and new versions of existing products that keep pace with technological developments, satisfy increasingly sophisticated customer requirements and achieve market acceptance; relationships with significant suppliers and customers; as well as other risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to those detailed from time to time in Wireless Age Communications, Inc. SEC filings. Wireless Age Communications, Inc. undertakes no obligation to update information contained in this release. For further information regarding risks and uncertainties associated with Wireless Age Communications, Inc.'s business, please refer to the risks and uncertainties detailed from time to time in Wireless Age Communications, Inc.'s SEC filings.


Contacts:
Wireless Age Communications, Inc.
John G. Simmonds
Chairman & CEO
905-833-2753 ext. 223

http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Wireless-Age-Communications-Inc-PINK-SHE ETS-WLSA-1020384.html

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Former Cabinet Minister David Tsubouchi, Sunbay Energy Corp. Board of Advisors. PART 1.


http://www.sunbayenergy.com/about_us_management.php

Another successful, well connected politician to guide Sunbay Energy Corp. into becoming an industry leader.

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New Job for Former Ontario Cabinet Minister David Tsubouchi (BA '72, LLB '75)

Toronto, February 4, 2004 - David Fuller, Chief Executive Officer of Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, today announced that David Tsubouchi has joined the firm's Toronto office as a Consultant.

"We are delighted that David is joining us", said Fuller. "He brings with him a wealth of experience gained through his years in public service and in the private sector. David will practise planning and development law and will provide strategic counsel to our clients on public-sector initiatives and help our clients capitalize on opportunities."

Mr. Tsubouchi was the Chair of the Management Board of Cabinet and Minister of Culture in the Ontario Government.

"David will be an important addition to our Toronto Real Estate Development and Municipal Law practice" added Chris Pinnington, Managing Partner of the Toronto office of FMC. "As an experienced senior politician, a former municipal councillor and a lawyer, David brings a valuable perspective to our firm and his contribution will extend well beyond the real estate area. We will benefit from his ability to provide strategic advice to our clients in areas like public infrastructure provision."

"I am very excited to be joining Fraser Milner Casgrain for this phase in my career", Tsubouchi said, "FMC has an excellent reputation as a firm with superior expertise in dealing with the public sector and public policy issues. I am thrilled to be part of that team".

Mr. Tsubouchi was called to the Ontario Bar in 1977 and practised real estate development and franchise law in Markham until 1995. He was a member of Markham Council from 1988 to 1994 and a member of the Ontario Legislature from 1995 to 2003. He was successively the Minister of Community and Social Services, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations and Solicitor General before becoming Chair of the Management Board of Cabinet and Minister of Culture.

http://osgoode.yorku.ca/media2.nsf/83303ffe5af03ed585256ae6005379c9/85d24573ebd5 959a85256e30006c97c4!OpenDocument

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David Tsubouchi, Associate Counsel Miller Thomson LLP

dtsubouchi*millerthomson.com
905.415.6716
600 - 60 Columbia Way
Markham, ON
Canada L3R 0C9


Biography
David Tsubouchi is an associate counsel in the Business Law Group of Miller Thomson LLP in Markham. Mr. Tsubouchi brings a wealth of experience from the public sector as an elected official municipally and provincially. Mr. Tsubouchi served two terms on Markham Council and as Chair of the Town’s Planning Committee. As former Chair of the Management Board of Cabinet of the Province of Ontario, Mr. Tsubouchi was directly responsible for the operations of the Ontario Realty Corporation, which manages all of the land and building assets of the province.
Mr. Tsubouchi has held numerous cabinet positions including Minister of Culture, Solicitor General, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations and Minister of Community and Social Services. Mr. Tsubouchi has also chaired the Cabinet Committee for Health and Social Services and the Legislation and Regulations Committee. He has also served on the Policy and Priorities Committee of Cabinet and the Superbuild Committee.

Mr. Tsubouchi's vast experience in expanding gaming in Ontario to commercial casinos and race tracks, and the creation of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission, has led to a successful practice in gaming law.

He has worked on International Gaming projects in countries such as Vietnam, Belize and Cambodia and has advised on the drafting of regulations.

His background as Chair of an investment bank brings additional experience in financing and securities.

Education
Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (LL.B.)
York University (B.A.)

Year of call
Called to the Ontario Bar in 1977
Affiliations
Member, Law Society of Upper Canada

Member, Albany Club

Member, Association of International Chiefs of Police

Member, Board of Governors, York University

Chair, York University Pension Board of Trustees

Honorary Chair, Seneca College Fundraising Campaign

Director, Markham Stouffville Hospital

Additional information
Assumption University, LL.D.

http://www.millerthomson.com/index.cfm?cm=employee&ce=details&primaryKey=53945

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Former Cabinet Minister David Tsubouchi, Sunbay Energy Corp. Board of Advisors. PART 2.

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BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Biography
David Tsubouchi, BA (York), LLB (York), LL.D (Assumption)

Mr. Tsubouchi was appointed to the Board of Governors on July 1, 2004. He is the Chair of the Pension Fund Board of Trustees, and also serves on the Finance and Audit Committee and the Sub-Committee on Investment Performance.

Mr. Tsubouchi is counsel at Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP. He has a 15-year history in public service, first as a councillor in Markham and thereafter as the Markham member of provincial parliament between 1995 and 2003. He held the positions of Minister of Community and Social Services, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Solicitor General, Minister of Culture and Chair of the Management Board of Cabinet. Mr. Tsubouchi is a York alumnus, receiving both a BA and an LLB from York. Active in the community, Mr. Tsubouchi has been recognized for his contributions and has been awarded numerous honours including an LLD from Assumption University in Windsor, the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, the Bruce Bryden Award for leadership from York University and has been made an honorary Aboriginal chief of police.



http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/board/biography/tsubouchi.htm

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Former Cabinet Minister David Tsubouchi discusses next steps. (Short video interview)
http://www.unitedandstrong.ca/tag/david-tsubouchi/

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David Tsubouchi, Director Asian Coast Development Limited.

David Tsubouchi, the former Chair of the Management Board of Cabinet of the Province of Ontario, is Counsel to the leading Canadian law firm of Miller Thomson LLP. As the Chair of Management Board, Mr. Tsubouchi was effectively the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Financial Officer of the Province of Ontario. Other cabinet positions that Mr. Tsubouchi has held include Solicitor General of Ontario, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Minister of Community and Social Services and Minister of Culture.


While serving as the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Mr. Tsubouchi supervised the expansion of charity gaming venues in Ontario and oversaw the opening of the Niagara Casino from a regulatory perspective. Also during his term as the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Mr. Tsubouchi spearheaded the introduction of slot machines to horse racing tracks across the Province of Ontario, resulting in a revitalization of the industry.

Mr. Tsubouchi is on the Board of Directors of Teranet Inc., Hitachi Canada Ltd., Foundation Markets Inc. and Star Navigations Systems. He is also on the Advisory Boards of Baymount Incorporated and Via Bank.

http://www.asiancoastdevelopment.com/david-tsubouchi-director.php


Asian Coast Development wins $4.2 billion resort contract in Vietnam

Vietnam has given the green light to a US$4.2 billion resort by granting Asian Coast Development the first foreigner investment certificate.

The Toronto-based developer plans to build the Ho Tram Strip, a five-resort complex, with more than 9,000 rooms, two casinos, restaurants and nightclubs, theaters, a golf course and more than 200,000 square feet of retail.

http://www.dailycommercialnews.com/article/id27959

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