Division

Game Diamond

Practice Diamond

T-Ball & American

St. Rose of Lima Junior High School

2419 50 St NE


St. Rupert School

111 Rundlehill Dr. NE


Williams & Major

Rundlelawn ( SE Diamond )

26 Ave & Rundlelawn Rd NE


Martindale

87 Martinview Rd NE

Junior

Rundlelawn ( SE Diamond )

26 Ave & Rundlelawn Rd NE


Martindale

87 Martinview Rd NE

Senior

Rundlelawn ( NW Diamond )

26 Ave & Rundlelawn Rd NE

Lester B Pearson

3020 52 St NE

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Little League Canada Lightning Protocol


1. Watch For Severe Weather: Keep an eye on the sky. Observe what direction the storm appears to be travelling. Lightning can strike several kilometres from the storm. Environment Canada maintains a warning system on their website with local information so, if possible, access to the Internet should be available at the tournament site. Alternately, have the local phone number for Environment Canada available for consultation. the website warning system is at:

http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/ab_e.html


2. Observe the 30 - 30 Rule:
If thunder is heard 30 seconds or less after lightning is observed, the storm is less than 10 kilometres away. precautions should be taken. Do not resume play until 30 minutes after the last lightning strike in the area.

3. Have a Lightning Safety Plan: Find a safe place where you can wait out the storm, preferably in a building or a vehicle. Keep a cell phone for emergencies. Download and print a copy of the Lightning Safety tips from Environment Canada's website.

http://www.ec.gc.ca/foudre-lightning/default.asp?lang=En&n=159F8282-1

4. You know your area of the country the best. In Canada, lightning is most frequent in southern Ontario, southern Saskatchewan, and the foothills of Alberta.





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