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Happy Easter!

Spring is here and the Easter weekend is approaching! Here are some fun ideas of what you can do with your children to celebrate Easter. Egg and Spoon Race When you think of Easter, one of the many things

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day dedicated to celebrating romantic love, friendship, and admiration; to show how much you love those in your life and vice versa. There are so many things you can do to make this Valentines Day

Impaired Driving… DON’T DO IT

Alcohol Impaired Driving As the holidays are approaching, alcohol consumption is at its peak. Everyone goes to visit friends and family, and because it’s such a joyous, festive, celebratory time of year, they have a drink… or more. As

Braving the Cold #brrrrr

Winter has come, and here in Canada, there is a risk of encountering extremely cold temperatures. When extremely cold temperatures occur, Environment Canada issues extreme cold warnings. They will also issue warnings when wind chills occur as they create

Safe Winter Driving

Whether you are a new driver, or a driver who has been driving for years, Emergency Management & Training wants to provide you with tips to make sure you are staying safe on the icy winter roads. Clean Car

Preparing for Tornadoes… What You Should Know

Tornado season in Canada occurs during the summer months (May to September). There are many things you need to do to prepare for this upcoming summer storm. What is a Tornado and How Does is Form? A tornado is