Courtesy of Henry, Paul and Brandon:
- RPT UHF and VHF are on the air.
- Vianet has restored Internet connectivity.
- DStar, 220 and 1.2G are down for repairs.
Courtesy of Henry, Paul and Brandon:
My thanks to the hundreds that have already attended CANWARN training sessions across southern Ontario. The session in Whitby for this evening has been sold out for some time, a testament to the interest in the program in that area and the promotion done by Durham Region staff. The Uxbridge session next week on May 8th now has an Eventbrite site for registration and you can find it below. In addition, a training session has been added for the afternoon of May 28 in Brampton, more details and the site to RSVP to can be found below.
My thanks also to one of our summer students who has diligently added all of the new members to the CANWARN database. As I mentioned to the many who have attended a session already, please find attached a list of useful websites and books to help reinforce the material covered during the training. (see below)
Due to a bit of a staff crunch this summer, there won’t be any training sessions in northwestern Ontario this year. However, we plan to be back to the Northwest next spring.
As mentioned in previous announcements, if you don’t find specific RSVP instructions at the venue you are interested in below then please RSVP to me at email@example.com
Please find following the list of the remaining training sessions.
May 5 – Toronto – 9 AM – Environment and Climate Change Canada Headquarters, 4905 Dufferin St
May 8 – Uxbridge – 7 PM – Uxbridge Arena and Recreation Centre – 291 Brock St. W, Uxbridge. RSVP to
May 9 – Kitchener-Waterloo – 7 PM – Forbes Room, RIM Park, 2001 University Ave. E, Waterloo
May 10 – Mallorytown – 6:30 PM – Mallorytown Community Hall, 76 County Road 5 South, Mallorytown
May 12 – Haliburton County/Irondale – 9:30 AM – Bark Lake Leadership and Conference Centre, 1551 Bark Lake Drive, Irondale.
RSVP to https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/canwarn-storm-spotter-training-2018-tickets-43941510240
May 14 – Iroquois – 6:30 PM – Iroquois Legion, 24 Dundas St., Iroquois
May 14 – Peterborough – 7 PM – Peterborough Lawn Bowling Club, 577 McDonnel Street
May 15 – Dufferin County/Orangeville – 7 PM – Dufferin County Courthouse, 55 Zina Street, Orangeville
May 15 – Ottawa – 6:30 PM - City of Ottawa Archives Building 100 Tallwood Drive
May 16 – Oakville – 7 PM – Glenorchy-Dakota Room, Halton Regional Headquarters, 1151 Bronte Road, Oakville
May 17 – Hamilton/Stoney Creek – 6:30 PM – Stoney Creek City Hall, 777 Highway 8, Stoney Creek
May 22 – Essex County/Essex – 7 PM – Shaheen Room at the Essex Centre Sports Complex – 60 Fairview Ave W, Essex
May 23 – Sudbury/Azilda – 6:30 PM – Lionel E. Lalonde Centre, 239 Montee Principale, Azilda
May 24 – Temiskaming Shores/New Liskeard – 6:30 PM – Riverside Place, 55 Riverside Drive, New Liskeard
May 26 – Belleville – 9:30 AM – 3rd floor Conference Room, Belleville Public Library, 254 Pinnacle St., Belleville
May 28 – Brampton – 1 PM – Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton RSVP to http://www.brampton.ca/sites/Rose-Theatre/en/Events-And-Tickets/Pages/ShowDetails.aspx?ShowID=1382&ShowDate=05/28/2018
June 11 – Kingston – 6:30 PM – Calvin Park Public Library, 88 Wright Cr.
Warning Preparedness Meteorologist, Meteorological Serviceof Canada
Environment and Climate Change Canada / Government of Canada
Geoff.firstname.lastname@example.org/ Tel: 416 739-4466
Météorologue de sensibilisation aux alertes, Servicemétéorologique du Canada
Environnement et Changement climatique Canada / Gouvernementdu Canada
Geoff.email@example.com/ Tél: 416 739-4466
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