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Ahead of next alert test, cities group says texts lack specificity

News | 04/26/2019 5:13 pm EDT
Ahead of next alert test, cities group says texts lack specificity
An emergency alert sent to LTE-compatible phones on Thursday, April 25, 2019. /Screenshot by Ahmad Hathout.

Before a second wireless emergency alert test went out in November, a group consisting of major emergency management agencies across Canada sent a letter to Public Safety asking for the messages to include more specific details about the events and their location.

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