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By: Fraser Valley Marine Society  09-12-2011
Keywords: Weather, public safety

Summer in Canada means longer days and more time spent outdoors.It also means that many of us pay more attention to weather forecasts and storm predictions especially when we have plans to go camping, head to the cottage, or go for a bike ride.

If severe weather threatens, public safety experts agree that seconds count to save lives.There are many ways to get weather information- by telephone. on television, internet and by radio using a special service called Weatheradio, available 24 hours a day.

Read our safety tips to learn more about Weateradio.Feel free to share this information with family and friends.

Keywords: public safety, Weather

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