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Guelph Hydro Apr 15
Thanks for thinking of our crews! We are ready to respond 24/7 in all kinds of weather.
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
Replying to @jborthwik
Thanks for your support
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John C. Borthwick Apr 15
Come on - I’m sure we can easily get to 4000 followers. Show 🔥 our ❤️! Pls RT.
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City of Guelph Apr 15
Plan A. Don't drive anywhere today. Plan B. If you're driving stay away from power lines. Here's plan C
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
Thanks to all followers! We hit 3000 followers today! 4000, here we come!😉
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
Looks like rain through the night and tomorrow. Guess it all depends on what the temperature decides to do
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
Replying to @stacyjcooper
What a great idea😁
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
Does the ice storm have you hunkered down inside today? Not much to do? Why not make it an " all about fire safety day" 1. Check dates on smoke alarms. If older than 10 years, replace...
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City of Guelph Apr 14
Flashlight? Check. Phone charged? Check. What else are you doing to prepare for ? Follow for updates Get tips here:
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
What a great idea! 😉
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Dominique O'Rourke Apr 14
RT if you agree. I’m grateful for all the people working to keep us safe during . Looking at you of Guelph, , , ,
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 15
Replying to @DTORourke @city and 3 others
Thank you very much for your kind words!
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Dave Elloway Apr 14
If you have to travel tonight, take your time on slippery roads and sidewalks. Don't be in a rush to get injured. Give first responders room to work.
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 14
A heartfelt thanks to 's Communicators for all that they do to help keep our citizens safe!
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 14
Are your hardwired smoke alarms provided with a battery back up? Will they function as intended and provide early notification during a power outage?
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 14
Are your hardwired smoke alarms provided with a battery back up? Will they function as intended and provide early notification during a power outage? If not, consider replacing alarms with...
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 13
It's your responsibility to start gathering supplies and start thinking about what your family will need for at least 72 hours in an emergency. Watch the video to learn how to prepare an emergency kit:
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GuelphFireDepartment Apr 13
Be prepared! Do you have your 72-hour emergency kit ready?
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Dave Elloway Apr 12
This week we acknowledge the contributions of our public safety communicators within our communities. Thank you for helping to keep us safe!
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