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.
Freeze Out Winter Fires
A light snowfall outside, viewed through a frosted window that overlays an idyllic winter scene. Indoors, we maintain heat, we cook, we entertain, and as is often the case, we decorate for the season. Winter is nearly upon us and, whether through festive holiday...
Think Twice Before You Send!
National Senior Safety Week is November 6 – 12, and the Canada Safety Council is calling attention to the disproportionate rate of seniors being targeted in online scams.
Make a difference in your community
As our society becomes increasingly connected and global in scope, it also becomes apparent that there’s a persistent need for active local communities. A strong community fosters a sense of belonging, of purpose, and of support and safety. November is National...