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Amber alert?

Are we supposed to have received the amber alert of this morning?
I did not receive it.

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On May 8th, every compatible mobile device connected to an LTE network will receive a notification from the “wireless public alerting” (WPA) system. By the end of this month, all wireless devices for sale in Canada must be WPA-compatible. Canadians using television or radio will also be alerted. Here is the schedule for the test alerts: Alberta – 1:55 PM (MDT) British-Colombia – 1:55 PM (PDT) Manitoba – 1:55 PM (CDT) New-Brunswick – 10:55 AM (ADT) Newfoundland & Labrador – 10:55 AM (NDT) Northwest Territories – 1:55 PM (MDT) Nova Scotia – 1:55 PM (ADT) Nunavut – 1:55 PM (EDT) Ontario – No test due to flooding Quebec – No test due to flooding Prince Edward Island – 12:55 PM (ADT) Saskatchewan – 1:55 PM (CST) Yukon – 1:55 PM (PDT) Read more at MobileSyrup.com: Next Canadian emergency public Alert Ready test is happening May 8th [Update]

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I received it.

Oh I see you are referring to the Amber Alert this morning for a missing child in Ontario.
The boy, 3, was found safe in Toronto after Amber Alert issued in Sudbury, Ont.

 

https://www.alertready.ca/#faq

 

Here's the list of all places where the Amber alert was issued earlier this morning : https://archivedalertes.pelmorex.com/archive/2019-05-14/2... (note : it's a .xml file but you can view it in you browser)

In fact this message is the end of the Amber alert. If you look at the line called Polygon, you can see in which region (or polygon) the alert was issued.