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Making Multiple Medications Manageable

It is no secret that Canada’s population is progressively skewing older as previous generations reach retirement age. According to Statistics Canada, we can expect between 21.3 and 22.9 per cent of the population to be over the age of 65 by 2030. By comparison, as of...

Top Five Safety Awareness Training Courses

Did you know the Canada Safety Council offers an extensive suite of safety awareness training eLearning courses? It’s true! Aside from being convenient, affordable and practical for small and large workforces alike, courses offered by the Canada Safety Council via our...

Adventure Safely: Essential Camping and Hiking Tips

There's something special about nature that consistently draws in adventure-seekers of all ages, whether it's through a hike in the forest or a cozy night under the stars at a campsite. In the midst of this outdoor adventuring, though, it's crucial to prioritize...

Navigating Wildlife Encounters on the Road

Picture this: you’re driving down the road on a quiet summer evening. The trees lining the path are swaying with a soft seasonal breeze. Suddenly and without warning, an animal jumps into the roadway, directly in your path. Do you know what to do? This year, National...

Fireworks Safety Tips

Canada Safety Council believes that the safest way to enjoy fireworks is to attend an exhibition show handled by professionals. There might be an event hosted by your community, overseen by a trained, certified professional. If you choose to hold a family show with...

Driver for Hire Online Training

This on-demand course, brought to you by the Canada Safety Council and Bluedrop ISM with funding from the Government of Canada, focuses on core driving skills.

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ATV Rider Tips for Off-Road Safety Month

ATV Rider Tips for Off-Road Safety Month

The Canada Safety Council is pleased to mark Off-Road Safety Month, a nationwide initiative held in June aimed at promoting the safe and responsible use of off-road vehicles including All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs). With the summer season having arrived and outdoor...

Navigating Wildlife Encounters on the Road

Navigating Wildlife Encounters on the Road

Picture this: you’re driving down the road on a quiet summer evening. The trees lining the path are swaying with a soft seasonal breeze. Suddenly and without warning, an animal jumps into the roadway, directly in your path. Do you know what to do? This year, National...

Keeping Motorcyclists Safe on the Road

Keeping Motorcyclists Safe on the Road

As the warm breeze of spring invites us to hit the open road, it's crucial for all drivers to remember that we share the streets with a wide variety of vulnerable road users, including motorcyclists. A 2023 report by Statistics Canada, which examined data from the...