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Tipperary get their Minor Football Championship campaign underway at Semple Stadium this evening.They’re facing Cork in the Munster quarter-finals.Tonight’s starting side sees four players retained from last year’s squad. There are also eight players included from the Under 17 team that beat Clare last week in their first game in the new championship.The Minor grade is switching from Under-18 to Under-17 from next year and selector David Power says that’s probably a good thing.Tipp FM will have full live coverage of the game from 7pm this evening.Also getting underway at 7 are the games between Kerry and Clare at Austin Stack Park and Limerick against Waterford at the Gaelic Grounds. Photo © Tipperary GAA
Hockey season is just around the corner and the Fort St John Huskies are gearing up for a campaign that they hope will go one step further than last year.After losing the NWJHL championship finals to the Whitecourt Wolverines the Huskies will have revenge on their minds this season. If you want to be a part of the drive for the NWJHL title it all starts this week with try-outs.The Huskies will be holding try-outs Friday, September 11th at 7pm, Saturday, the 12th at 7, and Sunday, the 13th at 1pm. Registration will be held at 6pm on Friday before the try-out begins.- Advertisement -The cost to players will be $50, which includes the ice-time for all three days of tryouts.**** This story originally said the registration session would be on Thursday night. Please note the change.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – July 1st, 2019 the Government approved the Vaccination Status Reporting Regulation. This regulation requires parents or guardians to report the vaccination status of their school-age children.With 29 confirmed cases among B.C. residents since the beginning of 2019, the Province launched a two-phase plan to increase immunization rates in B.C.Phase one was a measles catch-up program, which launched in March and ended in June for K-12 students. During the period of April 1 to June 30, 2019, 27,747 doses of measles-containing vaccines had been administered by health authorities to kindergarten to Grade 12 students.- Advertisement -The Vaccination Status Reporting Regulation (Regulation) under the Public Health Act is Phase two. With the Regulation in effect, every student from K to 12 in public and independent schools, and those who are home-schooled will be expected to have their complete immunization records in the Provincial Immunization Registry (the Registry).The Province shares, if your child received their immunizations from a public health nurse in B.C., the information is automatically entered into the Registry and a record in the system will exist.The Province shares, if your child received any of their immunizations from a physician or pharmacist or out of province, the information about those immunizations may not have been entered into the Registry and a record may be absent or incomplete.Advertisement For more information on the Immunizing Status Press Release; CLICK HERE For more information from Immunize BC; CLICK HERE