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News Feed - April 2015 (Page 3)

Post #12, Apr 26,2015 by Stiig, VE3LBX Hello everyone, we are now just a few days away from our first training sessions in southwestern Ontario. My apologies to those that received 1 or 2 copies of this message on Saturday. I attempted to do the mass emailing remotely from home and it only sent off the first set of emails and then crashed. This version sent out Monday morning should reach all of the intended audience. RSVPs for the two training sessions to be held at the Windsor-Essex Health Unit on April 21 can be done through the Eventbrite website below. RSVPs for the Sarnia training can again be sent to Bill Hoad.
A new training session has been added in Oakville at 7 PM on June 2nd, the location details can be found below. The northwestern Ontario training schedule is now out. Training will take place from June 15 to June 18 in Thunder Bay, Fort Frances, Kenora and Dryden. Lakehead Region Conservation Authority is supporting the training this year in Thunder Bay by offering there multi-purpose room for the event. I still need to nail down the venues for Fort Frances and Dryden and that information will be included in the next training notification in the next couple of weeks. The Red Cross in Kenora is again supporting the training.
There has also been a venue change for the CANWARN session in New Liskeard on May 27. It will now take place at the College Boreal located at 280 Armstrong St North. Looking forward to seeing everyone in the southwest in the coming week and at the other venues in the weeks to come. April 21 - 9 AM - Windsor - Windsor-Essex Health Unit 1005 Ouellette, Windsor, Room 1A Boardroom, registration through [1] April 21 - 1 PM - Windsor - Windsor-Essex Health Unit 1005 Ouellette, Windsor, Room 1A Boardroom, registration through [1] April 21 - 7 PM - Tilbury - Knights of Columbus Hall 20 Dupuis St, Tilbury April 22 - 7 PM - Sarnia - Sarnia Yacht Club 1220 Fort St April 23 - 7 PM - London - Fanshawe College Room T1003, Building T, 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd, free parking in any metered spot after 6 PM April 29 - 1 PM - Central Huron/Blyth - Emergency Services Training Centre 40193 Blyth Road April 29 - 7 PM - Goderich - Town of Goderich Council Chambers, 57 West St May 2 - 9 AM - Toronto - Environment Canada Headquarters 4905 Dufferin St May 4 - 6 PM - Kingston - City Library 935 Gardiners Road May 6 - 6:30 PM - Ottawa - Greenboro Community Centre 363 Lorry Greenberg Drive May 7 - 7 PM - Waterloo - Adult Recreation Centre 185 King St South May 9 - 9 AM - Hamilton - Nash Auditorium, Wilcox Building, Chedoke Hospital, Sanatorium Road in Hamilton, free parking across from Wilcox building May 9 - 9 AM - Frontenac County - Frontenac County Building Frontenac Room 2069 Battersea Road, Glenburnie May 12 - 7 PM - Toronto - Environment Canada Headquarters 4905 Dufferin St May 12 - 6:15 PM - Cornwall - Cornwall Public Library 45 Second St E May 13 - 7 PM - Dufferin County - Dufferin County Museum 936029 Airport Rd in Mulmur (Highway 89 and Airport Road) May 16 - 9:30 AM - Belleville - Belleville Public Library 254 Pinnacle Street May 20 - 7 PM - Thornhill - Thornhill Community Centre 7755 Bayview Ave May 20 - 6:30 PM - Renfrew - Best Western 760 Gibbons Road May 21 - 7 PM - Peterborough - Peterborough Public Library 345 Aylmer St. North May 23 - 9 AM - Orillia/Rama - Rama Fire Hall 7454 Williams Road just north of Casinorama May 23 - 9 AM - Greater Sudbury - Lionel E. Lalonde Centre 239 Montee Principale Azilda May 24 - 1 PM - Espanola - Pinewood Inn - 378 Centre St May 25 - 6:30 PM - Sault Ste. Marie - Essar Centre Angelo Bumbaco Room 269 Queen St E May 26 - 6:30 PM - Timmins - Timmins Fire Hall 133 Cedar St South May 27 - 6:30 PM - New Liskeard - College Boreal, 280 Armstrong St N May 28 - 6:30 PM - North Bay - OPP Regional Headquarters Cathy Burns Training Room 911A Gormanville Road June 2 - 7 PM - Oakville - 1151 Bronte Road - North Auditorium - due to construction parking will be on the north side of building only. June 15 - 7 PM - Thunder Bay - Lakehead Region Conservation Authority - 130 Conservation Road June 16 - 7 PM - Fort Frances-Emo - Location to be determined June 17 - 1 PM - Kenora - Red Cross Office - 1008 Ottawa St in Keewatin.. June 17 - 7 PM - Kenora - Red Cross Office - 1008 Ottawa St in Keewatin.. June 18 - 7 PM - Dryden - Location to be determined GEOFF COULSON Warning Preparedness Meteorologist | Météorologue de sensibilisation aux alertes Ontario Region Client Services | Service à la clientèle, Région de l'Ontario Environment Canada | Environnement Canada Government of Canada | Gouvernement du Canada 4905 Dufferin St | 4905 rue Dufferin Toronto, ON M3H 5T4 Telephone | Téléphone 416-739-4466 Facsimile | Télécopieur 416-739-4603 Website | Site Web

Post #13, Apr 27, 2015 - Nepal Earthquake Nets by Jim VA3AUC ARRL reports that emergency nets have been running around the clock on 20 meters (14.205 and/or 14.215 MHz), to assist the Nepal earthquake efforts. The 20 M band was open Sunday night, and I heard a VU (India) station on the 14.205 net standing by for traffic, and the 14.215 MHz net organizing relief logistics and giving directions for hams wishing to send radios into India for hand delivery to Nepal. Amateur Radio also has reported activity on 7.100, 18.160 and 21.360 MHz.

Post #14, Apr 28,2015 - Meeting held on 27 April 2015 by Roger, VE3ZI I am pleased to say that we (just) had a quorum last night and were able to pass two amendments to the constitution: (1) That the number of fully paid up members present at a properly constituted meeting shall be deemed to be a quorum; (2) That the accounts shall be presented to the membership by the Treasurer at the Annual General Meeting. An additional change was proposed by Al Fraser and seconded by Ken McIlveen: "That a properly constituted meeting shall comprise three or more fully paid up members." This proposal met with general approval by the members present, and will be formally voted on at the next meeting which will be held on Monday 25 May. 73 Roger VE3ZI

Post #15, Apr 28,2015 - May Meeting by Roger, VE3ZI I am pleased to announce that we can use a meeting room at the South End Library in Sudbury for our meetings. We can only book for up to three months in advance, but there doesn't seem to be the same pressure as at the Main Branch. I have so far booked for 25th May and 29th June. I will be able to book July on the 1st of May. The room is free , but if we use their projector or 'smartboard' there would be a $15 charge. If anybody has objections to this could they please contact me very soon, as if we are to move I need to let the Laughing Buddha know. 73 Roger VE3ZI

Post #16, Apr 29, 2015 - Nepal relief assistance using Ham Radio by Vic, VE3KBU
Here is a link to an ArsTechnica article re: Ham radio and relief
assistance in Nepal.

Indian Hams have set up stations in Nepal and are forwarding message
from Nepal to India-based stations.