News Briefs

Don’t forget Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend.

  • Mar. 7, 2012 12:00 p.m.

Spring forward

Don’t forget Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend. At 2 am the clocks jump forward and steal an hour of peaceful sleep.

 

Town Hall meeting

Town Hall Meeting in the Community Centre, Monday March 12, from 6:30 – 8 pm, at the FSJSS, old gym.   People of all ages are encouraged to come out and learn about proposed developments for the Community Centre, share your thoughts, and discuss the project with neighbours and friends. Refreshments will be provided.

 

Increasing helmet usage

The Canadian Ski Council released new survey results showing that 83.1% of Canadian skiers and snowboarders now wear helmets on a regular basis when they are skiing and snowboarding. Helmet usage has increased this winter from 79.9% in December, 2011.

Previous results from the annual 2010/11 National Consumer Profile and Satisfaction survey had shown that helmet usage among all skiers and boarders last season had reached 74.7%, increasing from 67.3% in 2006.

 

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