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Richmond Hill Fire Jan 22
We've said it before, and we'll continue to say it...not everything you see online is a smart thing to do. Please DO NOT take this challenge!
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Hôtel-Dieu Grace Jan 20
Replying to @HDGHWindsor
For our younger clients, our RCC Walk-In Counselling Clinic can be accessed by children, youth and their families as often as needed. Monday – Thursday 12 p.m.- 8 p.m. Fridays 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. |
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511Ontario Jan 22
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Blackburn News Essex Jan 21
ICYMI: There's a recall for the Tango mini stroller. There's a risk of fall.
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Waterloo Fire Rescue Jan 17
The snow is coming this weekend folks. When shoveling clear snow from exhaust pipes to your furnace/water heater to avoid CO buildup in your home. Having a working CO alarm next to your bedrooms
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Nance 🇨🇦 Jan 20
City or rural, if you have a hydrant located on your yard, please clear the snow away at least 3 feet (1 metre). It could mean the difference between saving your home...or saving your basement. Think about it.
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The Safety Village Jan 19
“Social media can be viewed with or without true context, so never underestimate its impact."
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Bell Let's Talk Jan 19
How does get through tough days? With the help of his friends and a group chat of positive messages. Watch this video to learn more.
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County of Essex Jan 16
"It’s all about getting people to open up and talk to reduce that stigma," says Chief Bruce Krauter about a new program designed to encourage mental wellness conversations. "There’s nothing to be embarrassed about."
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The Safety Village Jan 17
New initiative encourages first responders to talk mental health | Windsor Star
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GovCanHealth Jan 14
: Does your child have a Toy Story 4 backpack? These backpacks were included as a promotional item with purchase of Pull-Ups® Plus training pants. Find out about the recall and what to do:
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The Safety Village Jan 13
Proud to support this fun, friendly event! SAVE THE DATE ‼️ Feb. 16th, 2020 Doors open @ 12pm WFCU Centre Main Bowl CHECK POSTER FOR MORE DETAILS! Support See you there!
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Ontario Warnings Jan 10
A severe winter storm is expected for most of Southern Ontario this weekend. A mix of significant rain, gusting winds, snow and freezing rain will likely last until Monday. Avoid unnecessary travel and learn how to prepare:
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511Ontario Jan 10
Rainfall and freezing rain warning, winter storm watch and special weather statement in effect for Ontario South. The rain is expected to turn over to freezing rain and ice pellets by Saturday evening then to snow later Saturday night.
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Windsor Police Jan 10
Lots of RAIN 🌧️☂️in the forecast this weekend - but - that is not always a bad thing!🌈 Wishing everyone a safe & happy weekend. Plz drive according to road conditions and take care of one another.👍
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Ounce of Prevention Jan 10
50% of home fires happen between 11pm & 7am. ⏰ Sleeping with bedroom doors closed can help protect you & your family from deadly smoke & heat. Learn more & see why you should always 👪 🚪🔥
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Ontario Ministry of Transportation Jan 10
School is back in session. Drivers, always remember to drive slowly through school zones, residential areas and around playgrounds. Do your part to help keep roads safe for Ontario children.
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Drew Dilkens Jan 8
City hall will be illuminated red & white to honour the memory of residents from the City of Windsor killed on Flight 752. On behalf of City Council, my condolences go out to all families affected by this terrible incident. Be sure to hug a loved one tonight – life is precious.
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Windsor Police Jan 3
Wishing everyone a great & safe weekend! A friendly reminder that 🚍buses are back on the roads Monday as school resumes. Many people will also be returning to work after holidays. Please leave extra time, drive carefully, & exercise patience as we return to routine on the road
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Transport Canada Jan 2
leads to impaired judgement, reduced reaction time, and accounts for about 21% of fatal collisions on the road 🚨 Learn more about practicing safe driving:
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