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EDMONTON:  Our province has gone digital to warn you of emergencies and disasters.

The new Alberta Emergency Alert system includes a dedicated website and the use of social media such as Facebook or Twitter.

Critical alerts will still be broadcast on radio and T-V if life-threatening danger such as a tornado is imminent.  However, can also have Alberta sent to your Facebook and Twitter accounts so you can get them wherever you are, whether traveling or spending time at the lake.

A public education campaign began August 1 to encourage Albertans to visit the new website and join the Facebook and Twitter pages. Program implementation continues and the first province-wide test of the new system is scheduled for mid-September.

To check for current alerts or to receive alerts through social media or other applications visit:

www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca


 



Posted on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 4/16/2014 4:06:39 PM
Source: Dori Modney with files from gov.ab.ca
 
 
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