The first public CANWARN session of the year is now history and was history-making. On the evening of Wednesday, April 5th, over 270 attended a training session in Owen Sound. This is a new personal record for me and is a testament to the interest in the program that existed in Grey, Bruce and surrounding counties. As another indication of the continuing popularity of the program, the Stratford evening session on April 25th is now full. More details can be found below concerning the sessions in Renfrew, Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay, Fort Frances/Emo, Kenora and Dryden. In addition, a session is now scheduled on Thursday, May 11 in Mallorytown with details to follow in the next couple of weeks and a session has been added for Mattawa on June 1.As mentioned earlier, if you are interested in attending a session and you haven’t contacted me already, please RSVP to me at firstname.lastname@example.org except for the sessions in Sarnia and Markham where specific RSVP instructions can be found below.
I wanted to take this opportunity to express my thanks to Elizabeth Playfair of the Kenora Red Cross. Elizabeth has been a staunch supporter of CANWARN for many years and has hosted many CANWARN sessions in the Kenora Red Cross office. The closure this summer of the Red Cross office necessitated finding a new venue and my thanks to Barbara Larson of the Kenora St. John Ambulance for stepping up to offer their facilities.
Please find following the latest on the upcoming CANWARN training sessions…
April 18 – Windsor – 7 PM Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Ave
April 19 – Sarnia – 7 PM Sarnia Yacht Club, 1220 Fort St RSVP to Bill Hoad email@example.com
April 20 – London – 7 PM Fanshawe College, 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd, Building T Room T1003
April 24 – Central Huron/Blyth – 7 PM Emergency Services Training Centre, 40193 Blyth Road, Central Huron/Blyth
April 29 – Barrie – 9 AM Innisfil IdeaLab and Library, Community Room, 967 Innisfil Beach Road
May 3 – Brantford – 7 PM 3rd Floor Atrium Room, Brantford Public Library, 173 Colborne St.
May 6 – Toronto – 9 AM Environment and Climate Change Canada HQ, 4905 Dufferin St.
May 8 – Niagara Region – 7 PM Niagara Region HQ, Council Chambers, 1815 Sir Isaac Brock Way, Thorold
May 9 – Dufferin County – 7 PM Dufferin County Courthouse, 55 Zina St., Orangeville
May 10 – Waterloo – 7 PM RIM Park 2001 University Ave East, Waterloo
May 11 – Mallorytown – details to follow
May 13 – Hamilton – 9:30 AM Stoney Creek City Hall, 777 Highway 8, Stoney Creek
May 15 – Peterborough – 7 PM Peterborough Lawn Bowling Club, 577 McDonnel St.
May 16 – Ottawa – 6:30 PM – Greenboro Community Centre, 363 Lorry Greenberg Dr., Ottawa
May 16 – Toronto – 7 PM – Environment and Climate Change Canada HQ, 4905 Dufferin St
May 17 – Cornwall – 6:30 PM – Cornwall Public Library, 45 Second St. E, Cornwall
May 18 – Tiverton – 7 PM Bruce Power Visitor Centre
May 24 – Markham – 7 PM Canada Room Markham Civic Centre, 101 Town Centre Blvd, Markham
The password is STORMSPOTTER
May 25 – Oakville – 7 PM Glenorchy-Dakota Room, Halton Region HQ, 1151 Bronte Rd, Oakville
May 27 – Belleville – 9:30 AM Belleville Public Library Conference Room, 254 Pinnacle St.
May 29 – Sudbury – 6:30 PM Lionel E. Lalonde Centre, Azilda
May 30 – Espanola – 7 PM Pinewood Inn Espanola
May 31 – Sault Ste Marie – 6:30 PM Delta Hotel, 208 St. Mary’s River Drive, Sault Ste Marie
June 1 – Mattawa – 5:30 PM– Mike Rhodes Arena, 450 Hurdman St, Mattawa
June 5 – North Bay – 6:30 PM OPP Regional HQ Cahty Burns Training Room, 911A Gormanville Road
June 6 – Temiskaming Shores – 6:30 PM – College Boreal, New Liskeard
June 7 – Timmins – 6:30 PM – Timmins Firehall, 133 Cedar St.
June 12 – Thunder Bay – 7 PM LakeHead Conservation Authority, 130 Conservation Road
June 13 – Fort Frances/Emo – 7 PM Emo-Lavallee Community Centre, 78 Colonization Road, Emo
June 13 – Renfrew – 6:30 PM Days Inn, 760 Gibbons Rd, Renfrew
June 14 – Kenora – 1 PM St. John Ambulance Office, Canadian Legion Hall, 300 McClennan Ave
June 14 – Kenora – 7 PM St. John Ambulance Office, Canadian Legion Hall, 300 McClennan Ave
June 15 – Dryden – 7 PM – Dryden Fire Services Training Room 189 Colonization Ave S
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Météorologue de sensibilisation aux alertes
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Service à la clientèle, Région de l’Ontario
Environment Canada | Environnement Canada
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4905 Dufferin St | 4905 rue Dufferin
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Dew to comments I received and agree with after publishing the original entry, I have decided to trash the original post and republish it hear today. Also because I’m sending the link to somebody who is responsible for the weather alert app Météo, in the hope that they may show up at a session in Ontario, (if they actually live in this province).