What could be more obscure, or easily forgotten, than the Friday press release at 5:10 p.m.?
Well, that would be the one on Saturday evening. And what is being announced?
Oh, nothing important:
Plans for a provincial red-alert disaster information system were announced by the Ontario Commissioner of Emergency Management today.
The “Alert Ontario” system would be used in life-threatening situations for the public, including floods, tornadoes and health pandemics, Emergency Management commissioner Jay Hope said. It would be employed like the Amber Alert missing child system now in place, using broadcasts, road signs, email, text-messaging and lottery terminals to alert the public.