Friday, 18 March 2011

listowel fire department

listowel  fire  department

Thinking of the fallen fire fighters who gave their lives to protect listowel today. RIP. Prayers go to family and friends. They were heroes

Our Thoughts and Prayers are going out to the families of the 2 Fire Fighters who lost their lives while fighting a fire in Listowel Ontario.

Two volunteer firefighters were killed in the line of duty in southwestern Ontario, Canada on Thursday listowel fire department battling a commercial department-store fire in Listowel, Ont.,listowel fire department which is 160 kilometres east of Toronto, Ontario。

A short time later, two firefighters were unaccounted for. Firefighters conducted a search of the building and found the two downed firefighters who had succumbed to injuries they suffered while fighting the fire.

No further details about the victims were available at the present time. The firefighters' bodies were still in the building at 20:00 hours., ET, Thursday, and the listowel fire department Fire Marshal's office had taken over the scene. Fire fighter Line of duty deaths is not common in Canada and having a fire in which there is a double LODD is even more unheard of.

sincere condolences to the North Perth fire department and the people of Listowel. It's going to be a difficult day tomorrow.

Today at 15:30 we lost two brave firefighters from Listowel Volunteer Fire Department from (North Perth, Ontario, Canada) They perished in a structure fire .

My thoughts and prayers go to the Listowel Fire Department and to the families of the two volunteer firemen who lost their lives today fight。

Friday, 11 March 2011

tsunami warning system canada

tsunami warning system canada

Canadian Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day announced on the 23rd, the Atlantic coast of Canada for its tsunami warning system for equipment updates and upgrades, in order to better respond to possible future tsunami disasters.

Dai said in a statement that Canada will invest 25 million Canadian dollars (1 Canadian dollar about $ 0.85), upgrading the country's Atlantic coast sea level monitoring device, to reach the international advanced level in order to accurately when an earthquake occurs Tide monitoring changes in a timely tsunami warning.

It is reported that this system will be upgraded throughout the Atlantic Ocean tsunami early warning system as part of the relevant agencies from Canada and the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration co-management.

Statistics show that 70% of the tsunami in the Pacific, but sometimes the Atlantic Ocean tsunami.

The good news is Central Canada has a great Tsunami warning system.

A Tsunami Warning System (TWS) is a system to detect tsunamis and issue warnings to prevent loss of life and property. It consists of two equally important components: a network of sensors to detect tsunamis and a communications infrastructure to issue timely alarms to permit evacuation of coastal areas.

Nuclear reactor emergency cooling system dead. West coast of Canada and USA on tsunami warning. This is not improving.

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Canadian dollar Exchange rate 11 March 2011

Canadian dollar Exchange rate 11 March 2011

Currency Bid Ask Chart
CAD/DKK 5.4981409 5.5735583 Chart
CAD/HKD 7.9808954 8.0125510 Chart
CAD/JPY 84.7331056 85.1195195 Chart
CAD/NOK 5.7383869 5.8383065 Chart
CAD/SEK 6.4911863 6.6173924 Chart
CAD/SGD 1.3004221 1.3097363 Chart
CAD/THB 30.5465761 31.7201713 Chart
AUD/CAD 0.9759953 0.9803002 Chart
CHF/CAD 1.0435688 1.0484539 Chart
EUR/CAD 1.3438557 1.3505948 Chart
GBP/CAD 1.5629681 1.5702621 Chart
NZD/CAD 0.7159457 0.7195421 Chart
USD/CAD 0.9723974 0.9760037 Chart

USD/Canadian dollar to 11 March 2011

USD/Canadian dollar to 11 March 2011

USD/CAD to trade with bullish bias. Underpinned by negative global risk sentiment; weaker commodity and oil prices; Canadian January trade surplus of just C$116 million (well below forecast for C$2.6 billion surplus). But USD/CAD gains tempered by position adjustments before weekend. Data focus: 1200 GMT Canada February labor force survey. USD/CAD daily chart positive-biased as stochastics turned bullish at oversold; MACD staging bullish crossover against its exponential moving average. Resistance at 0.9766-0.9775 band (yesterday''''s high-March 2 high); breach would target 0.9789 (Feb. 28 high), then 0.9813 (previous base set Feb. 21), 0.9885 (55-day moving average) and 0.9901 (Feb. 24 high). Support at 0.9725 (hourly chart), then at 0.9680 (yesterday''''s low); breach would temper near-term positive outlook, targeting 0.9664 (Wednesday''''s low), then psychological 0.9600 and 0.9500 levels.

Canadian dollar Exchange rate 10 March 2011

Canadian dollar Exchange rate 10 March 2011

Currency Bid Ask Chart
CAD/DKK 5.5160582 5.5917390 Chart
CAD/HKD 8.0093493 8.0411406 Chart
CAD/JPY 85.1839669 85.5725520 Chart
CAD/NOK 5.7398699 5.8398723 Chart
CAD/SEK 6.4921463 6.6184595 Chart
CAD/SGD 1.3044613 1.3138085 Chart
CAD/THB 30.6332140 31.8104023 Chart
AUD/CAD 0.9718125 0.9761022 Chart
CHF/CAD 1.0378091 1.0426682 Chart
EUR/CAD 1.3394542 1.3461751 Chart
GBP/CAD 1.5630331 1.5703291 Chart
NZD/CAD 0.7126708 0.7162538 Chart
USD/CAD 0.9690023 0.9725988 Chart

US DATA: Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index

US DATA: Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index fell 1.5% in Feb, after falling 0.3% in Jan. The index in the first two months of 2011 has now given up all of December's exceptional 1.8% gain. Suggests tepid growth.

REACT: No substantial dollar reaction to morning US

REACT: No substantial dollar reaction to morning US data. Stocks steady with slight losses.

Sunday, 6 March 2011

tim hortons brier 2011

Martin off to a good start at the 2011 Tim Horton's Brier

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