Home & Community Safety
Safety exists in every aspect of our lives, and keeping yourself, your family and your community safe is an important aspect of day-to-day stability and security. Click through for information about household safety (including fire prevention, and carbon monoxide poisoning), community safety (including firearm safety and mental health awareness) and tips and recommendations on how to keep vulnerable seniors safe from abuse.
According to Saskatchewan Government Insurance… there are approximately 24,000 house fires every year in Canada, leading to an average of 377 fatalities and more than 3,000 injuries annually. Fires are most likely to start in the kitchen, bedrooms and living room. In...
Old age is not a crime.
Yet far too often in Canada, our seniors are made to feel like they’re a burden, an inconvenience, and a problem. This needs to stop.
National Senior Safety Week is November 6-12 and the Canada Safety Council, in conjunction with Juniper Park\TBWA, have decided to showcase the severity and the complexity of elder abuse.
Substance abuse is a major public health concern at the best of times. In the context of a global pandemic, it’s more important than ever to shine a light on the issue. November is National Community Safety and Crime Prevention Month, and this year the Canada Safety...