Bring your umbrella with you on Friday as it will be cool with windy showers. Rain is expected to be heavy during day with the risk of heavy thundery showers mainly in the north of the country. Saturday will be very changeable with sun, showers and winds. Temperatures on Sunday could reach 19 degrees but there will be showers across the country particularly in the north so the sun will be hard to enjoy.
"On any other day, it can vary," said Cheryl Anctil, IT manager at The City of Calgary. Anctil said the city will activate a contingency plan should there be disruptions to Canada Post in the coming days. "We've been through this before," she said, referencing the short-term Canada Post rolling strike in 2011.
The Kootenay Ice open the club's 19th campaign in the East Kootenay by visiting the Scotiabank Saddledome, taking on the Calgary Hitmen on Sept. 23, before returning to Cranbrook for the team's home-opener, also against the rival Hitmen, on Saturday, Sept. 24. Over the five-game, seven-day swing, the Ice will visit Edmonton, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat.
WEST NORRITON >> West Norriton officials are moving ahead with plans to build a new banquet facility and a maintenance building at the township-owned Jeffersonville Golf Club. The township purchased the golf course from the Evans family in 1972 for $1.5 million, Bobst said. Kennedy said he is learning to play golf and has played at Jeffersonville Golf Club.
New Memphis Animal Services director Alexis Amorose Pugh says she has plans to increase the survival rate for animals in the city's shelter from 60-65 percent to 85 percent. The Memphis Animal Shelter euthanizes animals for time and space -- when animals have been held too long or when space runs low -- at a higher rate than the national standard, and had for years before Pugh started two weeks ago as the new director of Memphis Animal Services.
The company also owns the Dunsilly Hotel in Antrim, Corrs Corner Hotel in Newtownabbey and Adair Arms in Ballymena. The group is well positioned to grow turnover in the coming years." Around 20 new hotels for Belfast are in the planning system. The ventures include Hastings Hotels' new Grand Central in Bedford Street, Beannchor's Bullitt Hotel - at the site formerly occupied by Lagan House - as well as a new boutique hotel from MM Developments at Bank Square. Mr McKeever said: "Competition is going to grow, but we hope that demand will increase accordingly.
The county superintendent says it's been more than 50 years since Floyd County built a new school. "Brick and mortar lasts a long time but the systems tend to have failures. We're at the end of some of our systems right now. Our roofing systems, our heating systems, our water systems all are in need of some attention," said Kevin Harris, the Floyd County superintendent. Floyd County has four elementary schools, one high school and no room to grow.
MICHAEL GOVE today dismissed claims from Chancellor George Osborne he is not making plans for Brexit and insisted Treasury officials have been preparing for Britain to quit the EU. But Mr Gove, who sits in the Cabinet with Mr Osborne, said the Chancellor's department will have been devising a strategy for the UK to successfully walk away from the 28-country bloc.
The U.S. Forest Service is proposing to restore Taylor and Tallac creek ecosystems, and maintain and improve visitor services. Comments are being taken on the environmental assessment until July 17. The project would include stream restoration in Taylor and Tallac creeks, renovating the fish ladder at the Fallen Leaf Lake Dam, and removing portions of the Lucky Baldwin Dam to restore connectivity to Fallen Leaf Lake.
Gardai are believed to be making plans to search land in South Sligo that was allegedly owned by the late Eamon Cooke, a suspect in the disappearance of 13-years Dublin schoolboy Philip Cairns 30 years ago. The land is in Kilmactigue, near Aclare and is located down a road near the football pitch in Kilmactigue.
The New York Jets may be looking to start the season without their starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick if the two parties can't reach an agreement on the 3-year $24 million deal that has been on the table, according to Adam Schefter. If Fitzpatrick doesn't re-sign with the team, Geno Smith would be the starter, with Bryce Petty and rookie Christian Hackenberg likely competing for the job in spring training.
She may be 107, but she sure isn't passing up the opportunity to cast her vote. In fact, she's even keen to vote in the next general election. Asmah Kassa, believed to be the oldest voter in Sungai Besar, was undoubtedly the centre of attention when she arrived at the SK Sungai Limau polling station this morning.