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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.

 

 

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Be Ready in an Emergency

Be Ready in an Emergency

Emergency can strike at any time. Having a plan in place can be a difference-maker in ensuring you and your family are able to get out safely. Are you prepared? November 24 – 30 is National Home Fire Safety Week and the Canada Safety Council is reminding all Canadians...

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Problem Gambling: A Poor Bet

Problem Gambling: A Poor Bet

According to a study published by the University of Lethbridge in 2020, a total of 66.2 per cent of Canadians reported participating in some type of gambling. This is a number that is on the decline — in 2011, the Canadian Partnership for Responsible Gambling reported...

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Mental Health: A Priority Issue

Mental Health: A Priority Issue

One of the most important elements of formal education from a development standpoint is the opportunity to socialize in a friendly and open environment. For many school-aged children, the schoolyard is their main source of building relationships with peers. Group...

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