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Official Guelph Fire Department account. Not monitored 24/7; call 911 in an emergency. Working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms save lives! Test yours today!
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GuelphFireDepartment Oct 22
Replying to @HerosofCanada
Thank you for this! Be well!
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The Canadian Hero Oct 22
Never Forget 🇨🇦 Firefighter Joseph Lacey LODD 1975- Honour Them
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GuelphFireDepartment Oct 22
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Your concern has been shared with our deputy fire chief.
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GuelphFireDepartment Oct 22
Wishing our emergency services colleague a speedy recovery.
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Canadian Blood Services Guelph Oct 21
Statistics show that 1 in 2 Canadians will need blood or know someone that will. You never know who your donation might impact!
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GuelphMercuryTribune Oct 20
Halloween will be looking a bit different this year, and Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health is offering tips on how to celebrate the occasion safely.
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Canadian Blood Services Guelph Oct 20
We are open this from 8am-1pm in Come save lives and get a head start one your Halloween goodies!
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WDG Public Health Oct 19
FYI: If you have booked an appointment at Public Health for your flu shot, please complete the Consent Form before arriving (one for each person) and follow the COVID-19 Safety Information sent to you by email or text message ).
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Canadian Blood Services Guelph Oct 19
Your donation could make a life-changing difference in the life of a patient and reunite them with their loved ones. For more information and to book your appointment visit
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Guelph Police Service Oct 19
If you notice a motorist disobeying a school crossing guard, please record the vehicle license plate, make/model/colour of the vehicle & description of the driver. Send this info to CST Powell at MPowell@guelphpolice.ca or call our Traffic Unit at 519-824-1212 x7514. -KG
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WDG Public Health Oct 16
It's important to remember that every person we encounter brings a whole network of contact history with them, so taking action and following preventive measures, and limiting contacts makes a difference.
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Guelph Police Service Oct 16
We are getting ready for our 16th annual Cops & Kids campaign to support local families through the Children’s Foundation Of & Wellington Adopt-A-Family Program. Our committee members have already started buying snowsuits for this year! -KG
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Canadian Blood Services Guelph Oct 17
There are 130+ appointments that need to be filled in in the next 2 weeks! Every donation makes a difference and we can't do it without the generosity of donors like you. Book your appointment at
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City of Guelph Oct 17
NEW: on Clair Rd. taking appointments for COVID19 tests. If you DON'T have symptoms can call 519-763-3431. If you DO have symptoms call 226-773-1922 for an appointment at the test centre on Southgate Dr.
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GuelphFireDepartment Oct 15
Thanks to all the kids (moms and dads) who participated in our first-ever virtual quiz on ! If you missed it, test your fire safety knowledge now with this quick Kahoot! game: It's available until 8 pm on Oct. 31.
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GuelphFireDepartment Oct 15
If smoke enters home, pour some water in drain and open windows for ventilation. Smoke will disappear in a few minutes and isn’t harmful to your health. If you experience irritation, leave the area until smoke is gone. Call your healthcare provider for any health concerns.
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CrimeStoppersGW Oct 15
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Guelph Police Service Oct 15
If you accidentally dial 911, please stay on the line & explain what happened. If you hang up we’ll have to call you back & that could tie up a line for someone who really needs it. We might also have to send an officer out to check on your safety, tying up resources. -KG
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CrimeStoppersGW Oct 14
Somebody has a tidy amount of copper to sell thanks to this from a property. Know who is looking for a payday? 1-800-222-TIPS
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CrimeStoppersGW Oct 14
Help us find out who caused this fire in puts us all at risk! 1-800-222-TIPS
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