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It's working again - Login not working

Update:  Aug 27 10:32am

 

The login is working again.  

What caused the outage?  We changed a password that we didn't realize was required on our website.

 

Thank you everyone for your patience and we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.  

 

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We are currently experiencing a problem logging into our website.  We have our technical supports looking into the problem and hope to have it resolved soon.

 

This blog post will be updated when the issues are corrected.

 

We aplogize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

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New Board Members Still Needed

 New Board Members Still Needed
We are pleased to report that Alex Vanderkam has agreed to stand for President. Mike Robertson will assist the board as past president and as the Comings and Goings Editor. 

 

That leaves the following positions unfilled: 

  Vice President

  Secretary

  Activities Director

  Public Relations Director

 

If you are looking for a way to give back to TVTA, please consider applying for any of these roles which may suit you.  Contact Mike at president@tvta.ca  or any member of the Board.

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Warning: Possible Giant Hogweed on TVTA Trail inside London

This picture of a potential Giant Hogweed plant that was growing along the edge of our trail.  These were very close to the Adelaide St. Bridge, on the south west side of the bridge.
Giant Hogweed is a very dangerous plant.  At this time, we have not confirmed that it is a Giant Hogweed.  It could be another member of the group of Giant Hogweed wannabees. Most of these wannabees are also capable of causing nasty rashes in susceptible people. 
We will be assessing these plants soon.  In the meantime, if you encounter them, stay clear of them.

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