Broken Link

  • The website you are trying to reach is (was) not working. This could be a permanent or temporary problem.
  • The broken link is “clickable” and you can click on that link to see what the current status of their website is.
  • My goal is to check broken links at least once each month.
  • The date the link was last check is shown below the link.
  • The history of when the links were checked is kept in reverse order (most current on the top).
  • When the domain is no longer registered, or is registered by someone other than the ministry listed, the status is changed to “*nowebsite.”

There is no website!

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