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River Watch 2014 - Ice movement/flood advisory
Sunday, April 13, 2014 2:34:02 PM
Lisa Harrity, communications, Department of Environment and Local Government, 506-444-2179.
Paul Bradley, communications, Department of Public Safety, 506-453-2994, email@example.com.
Emergency Measures Organization, 1-800-561-4034.
FREDERICTON (GNB) – River Watch 2014 issued an ice movement and flood advisory today at 1:30 p.m.:
Environment Canada has forecast warm temperatures during daylight and night hours with rainfall in the amount of 10 - 25 millimetres across the province over the next 24 hours.
Temperatures remain conducive to melting the snow pack and the deterioration of ice covers in all regions. River flows are forecast to increase throughout the basin and there is a high probability of ice movement along the St. John River and other river systems across the province within the next two days. With ice movement there is the potential for ice jams to occur as well as associated flooding. People living in all regions should be prepared and remain a safe distance away from waterways.
Ice jams in place since January may hold back water as levels increase, leading to localized flooding. Jams are located at:
- Nashwaak River at MacLaggan Bridge, Tay Bridge, Durham Bridge and Marysville Bridge; and
- Southwest Miramichi River: below the Doaktown Bridge and at Norrad's Bridge in the rural community of Upper Miramichi.
Ice movement has been occurring in the Kennebecasis River system and the Nashwaak River. Ice jams have formed within the last 48 hours but are currently not holding back water at the following locations:
- Hammond River between the Route 860 and Lakeside Road intersection to one kilometre above the French Village Covered bridge or Hwy 1;
- Hammond River at Route 100;
- Smith Creek River near the Oldfield Road; and
- Nashwaak River at Taymouth.
Water levels on the Nashwaak River are forecast to reach flood stage on Tuesday, April 15. However flooding may also occur associated with ice movement and ice jamming.
The next River Watch bulletin will be issued on Monday, April 14.
- People living or working along streams, tributaries and rivers are asked to be on the alert for ice movement and the possibility of ice-jam formation resulting in rapid water-level increases.
- A change in weather conditions could lead to flooding in areas where drainage systems are blocked by ice and snow.
- Individuals living or working in areas that are prone to flooding should remain aware and take proper precautions to safeguard their homes and possessions.
- Because of the deterioration of ice covers it is now unsafe to cross waterways on foot, snowmobiles and ATVs.
- Residents should avoid using boats or kayaks on open water as currents are fast, may be carrying debris and the water is cold.
- Residents are advised to review their personal flood plan and have an emergency kit on hand.
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- Assistance with personal care
- Assistance with activities in the community (volunteering, recreational activities, swimming, errands)
- Encouraging independence
- Respecting and encouraging the individuals’ interests and goals
- Respecting privacy and maintaining confidentiality
Must be caring, outgoing, flexible, and understand the value of inclusion
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Every Thursday evening, Tuesday at lunch to assist with recreation activity, occasional Saturdays and various week nights as needed.
Please send resume with 3 work-related references by responding to this post, or by fax 453-4422, Attention Tiffany
August 7-10, 2014
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
From: Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), Jan. 29, 2013
Dear Winston Gamblin:
It is my pleasure to inform you that the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) has selected you to receive a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal in honour of the contributions you have made to your community and to all of Canada. Your medal has been sent to you directly from the Governor General of Canada and should arrive soon.
Your peers in local government across the country admire your accomplishments as a community leader, and congratulate you on earning this prestigious award.
2013 Village Levee
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