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October 23, 2019
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM NATIONAL DEFENSE - REGARDING ATV TRAILS IN THE GAGETOWN SECTOR

Public Service Announcement

Noise and Safety Notice for Upcoming Military Training at Base Gagetown


October 23, 2019 – Oromocto, New Brunswick – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces
Throughout the month of October, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, will be conducting Exercise ROYAL RISING, a Combat Team level live fire exercise.

On October 27th and 29th, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, with enabling units from Petawawa will be conducting live fire training throughout the Range and Training Area to include the use of tanks, demolitions, and artillery. The public is advised that there may be a steady and continued level of noise during the day and at night from this training.

From November 3rd to the 5th, Royal 22nd Regiment from Valcartier will be conducting live fire training throughout the Range and Training Area. The public is advised that there may be a steady and continued level of noise during the day and at night from this training.

The attached maps show the impact areas in grey and the live fire training areas for these two activities in red. We remind the public of the importance of not trespassing into the Range and Training Area. This is an important safety matter. Those who wish to partake in recreational use of the Range and Training Area must first contact Range Control at 506-422-3121.

As Canada’s second largest military base and premier army training centre, Base Gagetown plays an essential role in the Canadian Army’s long term operational health. Above and beyond our training mandate, we have units that are required to maintain an operational readiness level such that they can deploy anywhere in the world when called upon to do so. As a result, our Range and training Area is well utilized with many units, of both Regular and Reserve Force, conducting training and operational readiness verification annually.

Routine training activities involving armoured vehicles, artillery weapons, demolitions, small arms ranges and helicopter flights will generate noise. We remind local citizens that cloud cover is a factor that often increases the intensity level of noise. On a clear day, sound waves propagate into the atmosphere and eventually dissipate but on a cloudy day, sound waves are redirected off the clouds back to the ground and therefore result in a raised noise level. We understand that such instances can impact the communities in vicinity of Base Gagetown and we thank the public for their continued support and understanding.

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Associated Links
2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, Website
Base Gagetown Website
#BaseGagetown
Contacts
Stéphanie Duchesne Department of National Defence 5th Canadian Division Support Group Public Affairs Phone: 506-422-2466 / 506-447-9711 Email: stephanie.duchesne@forces.gc.ca Media Relations Department of National Defence Phone: 613-996-2353 Email: mlo-blm@forces.gc.ca

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September 27, 2019
NOTICE - TRAIL IN CHARLOTTE COUNTY REOPENED

NOTICE - TRAIL REOPENED

Mr. David Hatt would like to announce that the trail that was closed in Charlotte County is now reopened.

Thank you!

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September 19, 2019
NOTICE OF TRAIL CLOSURE

IMPORTANT NOTICE TRAIL CLOSURE!

Mr. David Hatt, Region 6 Director, would like to warn the public that the ATV managed trail between Lake Uotpia and Saint-George will be temporarily closed.  Some work done and there will be some heavy equipment on the trail. 

We will notify the population when the trail will be reopened.

Thank you!!


August 24, 2019
NOTICE OF TRAIL CLOSURE

ATTENTION TANTRAMAR ATV CLUB MEMBERS:

NOTICE OF TRAIL CLOSURE!

Trail closed this Saturday August 24th, from Walker Road to the shelter for trail work. Will post when trail is opened again .

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August 16, 2019
GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ATV RIDERS TO GO RIDING IN MAINE FOR THREE DAYS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!

GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ATV RIDERS TO GO RIDING IN MAINE FOR THREE DAYS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!

August 16-17-18, 2019

Next weekend, ATVers can go riding anywhere in Maine in the United States without having to buy a trail permit and register in the US. However, you must be registered in New Brunswick or Quebec and have your provincial trail permit with you. This is a very nice initiative from the state of Maine.

For more information, please visit: www.maine.gov/ifw/atv-snowmobile/atv/laws-rules.html

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at 506-992-8163, Bertin Côté, President of the Club V.T.T. du Haut-Madawaska.


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