: Update: I’ve just had a call from the RCMP saying that everything is back up and working again. I haven’t tested the 911 system or called long distance but I’ll take his word for it. Update: If you have an emergency and require 911, please phone the 283-2227 RCMP office #. The dispatch call-through to
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Well…… it seems that the water shut off only applied to 10 residences who received these notices stuck in their door.
Guess which big mouth was one of those 10 residents?
My heartfelt apologies for the confusion, as well as to the Village employees
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Via Donna Schneider:
In order to better serve the communities within the Strathcona Regional District, the Emergency Program is undertaking a Household Emergency Preparedness Survey. The survey is meant to remind residents that there are many steps that a household should undertake to ensure it is adequately prepared
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Via Rhonda Callow, Gold River Volunteer Fire Department
If you drove past the Village Office parking lot on the morning of April 26th you probably saw some first responder action going on and wondered what was happening. It’s not often you can see emergency vehicles and teenagers being carried away on stretchers
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In light of Emergency Preparedness Week, and to assist residents who are putting together an emergency kit, Super Valu has put together a display of items for such a kit. It is located directly in front of the baked items. Please come in and take a look. Email This Post
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Via Brenda Patrick
Emergency Preparedness Week is always the first full week of May. A presentation to educate and inform on emergency preparedness will be held on Wednesday, May 4th 2016, 7:00 pm at the former site of the Manilla Grill.
Everyone is welcome, and there are some very nice
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Via Donna Schneider: If you see an emergency vehicle approaching with lights and sirens, you MUST pull your car over and stop, regardless of the direction we are coming from. Yesterday a vehicle approaching us in the opposite lane started to drift into my lane. We tend to steer where we are looking and that
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