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Enforcement for Corona Virus orders…

Police only to assist Public Health officers!

File photo KDG

The provincial health officer (PHO) has issued new guidelines to support compliance with orders on business closures and gatherings, under the Public Health Act. The new guidelines for municipal bylaw officers and other compliance officers give clear instruction on warnings, public education and fines – and what can be issued by whom – to make sure there is compliance with the PHO’s orders and, if necessary, they are enforced consistently throughout B.C. communities

On this Day: April 2nd 1513

Ponce de Leon makes Florida.

April Fool…

Black Bear wins dog show.

On this Day: April 1st 1973

Project Tiger begins.

Happy World Back Up Day…

Wrong backup!

This pollard kept some one off he sidewalk in August.
This pollard part of an infrastructure program was struck by a vehicle Photo KDG

Files and pictures!

World Backup Day is a very special day, the focus is to showcase the significance of the role of data in our everyday life. It is important to take regular backups so that you don’t miss out on anything crucial.  It is celebrated on the 31st of March each year.

Backup is nothing but a second copy of your file and it is kept in a safe place like a computer, smartphone or even cloud. The backup device can also be an external hard device. Usually, people do not get time to take a backup of their important documents, file, video, pictures regularly. Hence, World Backup Day ensures your precious data is well safe without any damage.

Back up is more then computers its people and projects .

Source Worldbackupday.com

Tweet about RAF…

The World needs to come together for better things…

On this Day : March 31st 1921

The Royal Australian Air Force is created.

TGIF- Young moon under Venus tonight…

October 1st 1958 NASA open for business...
File Photo KDG

Possible photo op depending were you are!

Maybe photo op

A young moon with a sweeping length will be out tonight. Look west under Venus for a possible Photo OP.

On this Day: March 27th 1945

Operation Starvation begins.

Happy Purple Day

Supporting people with epilepsy,the observance was founded by a young person named Cassidy Megan. The group estimates 50 million people in the world have this brain problem .

Stay engaged best you can there is support…

local doctors and a holistic view of
practice supporting an arts council
File Photo KDG

Cassidy Megan created the idea of Purple Day in 2008, motivated by her own struggles with epilepsy. Cassidy’s goal is to get people talking about epilepsy in an effort to dispel myths and inform those with seizures that they are not alone. The Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia came on board in 2008 to help develop Cassidy’s idea which is now known as the Purple Day for epilepsy campaign.

Source purpleday.org

On this Day: March 26th 1982

Ground breaking for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Take it easy you valuable and not something we want to lose…

Nicola River. Merritt BC… File photo KDG



Peace like a river to everyone, more sunlight longer days are coming!

On this Day: March 25th 1996

British Beef is barred from export because of Mad Cow Disease.

Grief is a natural response to losing someone or something that’s important to you. You may feel a variety of emotions, like sadness or loneliness. And you might experience it for a number of different reasons. Maybe a loved one died, a relationship ended, or you lost your job. Other life changes, like chronic illness or a move to a new home, can also lead to grief.

People are all different but we can all heal. The truth is always important.

On this Day: March 24th 1765

Quartering Act passed by Great Britain

TGIF- Horizon shift…

File Photo KDG

The sun will move across the horizon as spring moves to summer. Pick a spot to watch for it at sunset and you will see its weekly progress.

On this Day: March 20th 1915

The General Relitivity Theory is published.

Welcome earliest spring in over 1 hundred years.

October 1st 1958 NASA open for business...
File Photo KDG

At 8:49 PM DST in BC spring equinox will happen. This is the soonest spring in a hundred and 24 years. Making Daylight savings time more attractive then ever.

Happy spring

On this Day: March 19th 1885

A government in Saskatchewan is declared by Louis Riel.

Trucks Friday…

File: Photo: KDG

The local Coopers store here in Merritt has limits on buying items, two of a food type. ” we have had trouble getting trucks” , “we will have trucks on Friday this week.” “Its just that they have been being over used elsewhere”

The public library and swimming pool joined in on closure to help virus concerns this week. The library has no return date posted ,a source at the pool says ” one month”.

Buds are comeing out on trees about Garcia street and a demonstrated strength in the sun makeing some hope for an end to the seasonal flu season.

On this Day March 18th 2014

Crimea Russian Accession Treaty signed.

Happy Saint Patrick's Day

Put on the green for PatrickFile photo KDG

The late 4th century or 5th century a former slave and missionary started to visit Ireland. His name was Patrick and became the patron saint, Patrick of Ireland. Credited for no snakes in Ireland he has endured the centuries without scandal. HE is remembered on his death day, March 17th, yearly by millions.

On this Day: March 17th Circa 400 ad.

TGIF- Coronavirus…

What is the right social distance…

File Photo KDG

The BC government through The Union of BC Municipalities is advising its members to be in contact with the BC Center for Disease Control. They say today on the UBCM newsletter that the risk to BC people remains low. They also say that things are evolving with other levels of government.

Large gatherings

Events and Gatherings

Yesterday the province directed that all event organizers cancel any gathering larger than 250 people. The Province has shared guidance on mass gatherings to assist with the case by case assessment of the risks posed by public gatherings. Source UBCM

On this Day: March 13th 1988

The Selcan tunnel opens in Japan.

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