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THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA STANDING COMMETTEE ON OBSERVATIONAL ACTIVITIES Bulletin No.3 AURORA SECTION To evaluate the present status of the auroral program, all participating groups are asked to send reports to the National Co-ordinator. Only one conmunication on auroral observations has been received since Bulletin No.4 was issued; thus the co-ordinator has little information of current acti- vities across the country. No requests have been made for assistance in establishing new programs nor is there any indication that existing programs are being actively continued. In order to let our members know of the amount and type of aurora). observing across Canada, I propose that two representatives from each Centre prepare a summary, outlining the extent of aurora observing in their area; these will be shown at the General Assembly in Montreal, May 19-21. An excellent pictorial and descriptive report of an auroral display was received fran A. Ostrander, Toronto Centre, on the aurora of July 8/9, 1966, as seen from Presqu'ile Point near Trenton, Ontario. His report is a most artistic one and it will form part of the exhibit of auroral phenomena at Montreal. The Co-ordinator would welc one other contributions pictorial, descriptive or statistical. Earl Milton, National Co-ordinator, Aurora Section, Standing Committee on Observational Activities, c/o University of Lethbridge, 28 February, 1967. Lethbridge, Alberta.