March 13, 2018

Published On March 13, 2018 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

Looking for something to do this afternoon? Every Tuesday check out Movies @ Your Library.

Today at 2 stop by the Chatham Branch of the Chatham-Kent Public Library to see Wonder in the meeting room.


The monthly Blood Donor Clinic is tomorrow at the Spirit & Life Centre from 1-7.

Chatham-Kent EMS, Police, Fire & Emergency Services and the O.P.P. are holding another Arms Out for Andrew blood drive. The first one was such a huge succes, they’re asking you to come out and donate in honor of Andrew Gaiswinkler.

Book an appointment online at Blood.ca, call 1-888-2-Donate or just walk in.


Thousands of travellers were left in limbo when Air Canada had technical difficulties yesterday afternoon, resulting in about a 2 hour backup.

This is the second system outage for Air Canada in less than two weeks.

Complaints flooded in through social media from customers experiencing delays or attempting to check-in and book flights.


Prince Harry’s fiancée Meghan Markle made her first official appearance with Queen Elizabeth.

She joined Queen Elizabeth II for their first official outing together, alongside Princes Harry and William, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

They attended services at Westminster Abbey to celebrate Commonwealth Day. Former One Direction band member Liam Payne performed.

Many are saying the next time this entire group is together will be the royal wedding on Saturday, May 19th.


NASA is offering to fly you to the sun – or at least your name.

From now until April 27, NASA is accepting online submissions for members of the public to have their name sent on the Parker Solar Probe all the way to the sun.

A memory chip containing a list of submitted names will be inserted into the probe. Once launched this summer from Cape Canaveral, Florida, it will eventually come within 4 million miles of the sun, closer than any other spacecraft. Temperatures will reach 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit, as the spacecraft zips in and out of this atmospheric hot zone, studying different aspects of the sun before it meets its flaming end.

William Shatner is NASA’s pitchman for the send-your-name-to-the-sun campaign.

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