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May 5, 2011 - 11:51

Grab and Go, are you ready for the next power outage, flood, natural disaster?Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) is an annual event that takes place each year during the first full week of May. This national event is coordinated by Public Safety Canada, in close collaboration with the provinces and territories and partners.Here are some resources to help you

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April 20, 2011 - 16:56

With Safety Devices in Place, Kids' Injuries Decline: Study

Home safety devices greatly reduce the number of injuries sustained by ...

March 15, 2011 - 18:53
brain injury

This is International Brain Awareness week and together we are again working across Canada to encourage kids to value their brains.   Please see the news release below which notes our first-time federal government financial support for the ThinkFirst Brain Day program.
Get your brain in gear!
ThinkFirst Canada presents Brain Day across Canada 
Toronto, ON – March 15, 2011: Injury is the leading killer of Canadian children and youth and more than half of these deaths are from brain injury.  Prevention is the only cure.  March 14th...

February 14, 2011 - 15:35

After 6 reported deaths to babies in the U.S. getting entangled in the electrical cords of their baby monitors that were too close to their cribs, manufactures are starting to put warnings in their packaging and instructions. Following a link for more information.

January 17, 2011 - 15:21

"I am delighted that both the House of Commons and the Senate have recognized the need to update our product safety legislation," said Minister Aglukkaq. "The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act will give the Government important new tools to deliver stronger, more effective protection for Canadian consumers and their families."
The new CCPSA will better protect the health and safety of Canadians by:

  • prohibiting the manufacture, importation, advertisement or sale of any consumer products that pose an unreasonable danger to...
November 1, 2010 - 10:26

November : CPR month
Seventy per cent of cardiac arrests happen at home.Do you know what to do?
In large urban centres, the average ambulance response time is nine minutes, yet permanent brain damage can occur four to six minutes after breathing stops. For those living with elderly parents or family members who have a history of health problems, first aid training is even more imperative.
Knowing how to provide first aid and CPR can make the difference between full recovery and permanent disability or even death for someone you love.