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As part of our commitment to promote safer environments, we published two new policies focusing on sexual coercion and violence and gender diverse offenders. Thank you to everyone who contributed to our consultation! Read our news release to learn more:…
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As the weather continues to get warmer, Canadian roads are getting busier with cyclists! This #NationalBikeMonth, remember to #ShareTheRoad so all commuters can reach their destinations safely 🚴�LB
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72 hrs is correct! In an #emergency, you should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for 72 hours. Get started on your #EmergencyPlan and #EmergencyKit today:…
➡️ Individuals and businesses will be required to ensure your firearm’s license is valid before selling you a non-restricted firearm. More info:…
New, stronger firearms laws are coming. Effective May 18, 2022: ➡️ Firearms businesses will be required to keep sales and inventory records for non-restricted firearms.
Min Mendicino: “The new rules will ensure guns stay out of the wrong hands and law enforcement have the tools they need. They’re key to our plan to tackle gun violence, along with banning assault-style weapons & cracking down on smuggling at our borders.”…
Our climate is changing, and this affects the frequency and intensity of many climate-related hazards and disasters like floods. Canada is developing a #NationalAdaptationStrategy to be more resilient + prepared. Learn more:
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#TriviaTuesday: You should be able to take care of yourself and your loved ones for a minimum of how many hours during an #emergency?
The online world can be a scary place. If you have questions about #cyberbullying or online #ChildSexualExploitation, we’ve got answers to help keep you informed, and help keep your kids #SaferOnline:…
The Russian regime’s unjustifiable war against #Ukraine extends into cyberspace. Russia’s illegal invasion and pattern of malicious cyber activity are unacceptable and must stop. Read Canada’s statement:
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Canada’s essential #infra must adapt to a changing #climate. Learn more about the work being done by experts in developing Canada’s first #NationalAdaptationStrategy:… #BuildBackBetter
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Sexting is common among youth, but it can lead to serious problems like #sextortion and #grooming. Find out how you can help keep your kids safe from #OnlineDangers:…
Prepare your family and home for a potential #wildfire: -Prepare an #EmergencyKit for your family and pet(s). -Install working fire alarms on every floor of your home. -Create an escape plan so family members are familiar with #emergency exits. More tips:…
Are you #ReadyForAnything? When emergencies happen, having a plan in place is the best way to respond quickly. In 2014, 74% of Canadians felt they would know what to do if confronted with an #emergency. #EPWeek2022…
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When children are bullied or exploited online, they need to know they're not alone. Listen to experts from @KidsHelpPhone @CdnChildProtect and @rcmpgrcpolice explain how you can talk to, and support your kids:…
The #GoC has approved a Request For Federal Assistance for @CanadianForces Rangers to evacuate First Nation communities impacted by spring #flooding along James Bay and Hudson Bay, including Kashechewan and Fort Albany.
As much as we strive and care for your #safety, we recognize that we weren’t the first to do so. Happy #MothersDay to all moms across Canada!
For today’s #EPWeek2022 theme of the day, we extend our sincere gratitude and thanks to all first responders, frontline workers, and emergency management professionals, for all their tireless efforts in helping keep Canadians safe.
There’s no better way to end #EPWeek2022 than by joining our #ReadyForAnything challenge for your chance to win an #EmergencyKit! Share a tip on how you’re preparing for an emergency. Challenge rules and regulations:…
Are you a Canadian abroad? Here are a few tips on how to stay safe: - keep a list of emergency contacts with you - register with us to receive important information from the Government of Canada: #EPWeek2022 #ReadyforAnything
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Our tip for severe storms and floods is to never try to cross a flooded area, even if it looks shallow. Water is powerful! An adult can be knocked over by 6 inches of moving water, and 12 inches can carry away a car. #EPWeek2022 #ReadyForAnything
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In recognition of Emergency Preparedness Week, a tip from @metisnationsask is to plan for power outages by creating an emergency kit. Include flashlights, a radio, water tablets, a food thermometer, games and non-perishable food and water. #EPWeek2022 #ReadyForAnything…
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(2/2) This module is: ✅ Quick: Only takes 15 minutes to complete ✅ Free: Until Sept 2022 ✅ Easy: Available on your phone ✅ Urgent: Overdose deaths have been on the rise during #Covid19 ➡️…
(1/2) Attention law enforcement personnel! Help #EndStigma by learning how to remove barriers to care for people struggling with substance use addiction in our communities. Here are four reasons to complete our Drug Stigma Awareness training offered by @CPKN_Online: ⬇️
#GetPrepared follow our 3Ts: Trip Planning-tell someone where you're going. Training-know how to use your #emergencykit , Take the Essentials - have all checklisted items. 🎒Be#AdventureSmartt ➡adventuresmart.cae If you need to contact SAR, your first call is always 911☎️…A
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Our tip: valley weather forecasts aren’t always accurate for the mountains, but is a mountain weather forecast that is live all year round. It’s super helpful for planning trips whatever the season! What’s your tip, @alpineclubcan ? #readyforanything…
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(1/2) This #EPWeek2022, be #AdventureSmart and #ReadyforAnything by Taking the Essentials with you and knowing how to use them during an #emergency. Visit for a list of different activities and suggested essentials to bring with you.
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Planning an outdoor activity? Here are some tips to keep safe: Remember the 3 T’s! - Trip Planning - Training - Taking the Essentials Learn how to be #AdventureSmart:
This #EPWeek2022, #GetPrepared and be #FloodReady by staying up to date on our latest weather and water information with
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First responders and public safety personnel experience traumatic events daily, putting them at a higher risk for depression, anxiety and PTSI. This #MentalHealthWeek, let’s support the people who protect us every single day 💚k
#EPWeek2022 comes to an end tomorrow, but emergencies can occur anytime. Minister Blair reflects on the accomplishments of the week, and reminds Canadians that it’s never too late to prepare ourselves and our families to be #ReadyForAnything.…
Here are some tips to prevent your boat from becoming damaged or wrecked: •Plan your anchorage; •Check the weather; •Maintain your vessel & lifesaving equipment; •Leave contact info on your unattended boat. #EmergencyPreparednessWeek
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Every second counts during an emergency airplane evacuation. Remember to follow instructions from cabin crew and leave your carry-on bags behind so you don’t delay a safe evacuation process. For more in-flight ✈ safety information this #EPWeek:
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You can still enter to win an #EmergencyKit! Join our #EmergencyPreparedness Week challenge by sharing a tip, photo, or video on how you’re preparing for an emergency and use #ReadyForAnything! Challenge rules and regulations:…
(1/2) Canada is home to some of the world’s greatest outdoors. Being #AdventureSmart and #ReadyForAnything is an essential part of any outdoor adventure.
Today’s #EPWeek2022 theme is be #AdventureSmart. Planning an outdoor activity? A turn in the weather, unexpected injury, or equipment failure can turn your outing into a crisis. Follow @AdventureSmart to learn how to #GetPrepared for outdoor adventures:
We definitely learned from this pandemic that we need to be more prepared for things like this. Build your emergency kit now. For more info go to @WarmanFire @WhitewoodFire what are your tips to be pandemic ready? @Safety_Canada #ReadyForAnything…
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The Town of Percé received an #EmergencyManagement Exemplary Service Award for the category “Resilient Communities”. They were nominated for their project to protect and rehabilitate the shoreline of l’anse du Sud de Percé.” Submit a nomination:…
How can we prepare for global health events? Start with best efforts to maintain mental and physical health, including keeping up-to-date with vaccines to enhance our readiness and collective resiliency. #EPWeek2022 More on healthy living:……
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Being #ReadyForAnything is key in an emergency. Having up-to-date info in one easy to access place helps enhance your medical care. We keep ours in a Medical Information Kit. #EPWeek2022 How do you prepare? @YorkRegionGovt @DurhamParamedic @Peel_Paramedics @cityoftoronto…
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#ICYMI: Share a tip, photo, or video on how you’re preparing for an emergency for your chance to win an #EmergencyKit! Make sure to use #ReadyForAnything! Details:…
Spring season often comes with the risk of flooding & can cause unwanted damage to your home. #ReadyforAnything #FloodReady Take a look at how our employees helped during the devastating flooding in 2019 in Ontario:……
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Be prepared: know how to recognize abuse and respond with support if someone tells you they need help, with the #SignalforHelp or in another way. Learn more and become a #SignalResponder at Check out @whiteribbon to help you prepare, too!…
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Know the risks: disaster situations that necessitate home isolation might increase danger and risk for people in abusive relationships. Use the #SignalforHelp to show you need help w/out leaving a digital trace.… Check out @endvawnetwork for more resources…
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Being #ReadyForAnything includes following all existing mandatory pre-boarding and health requirements for passengers. All passengers must wear a mask when departing Canada. Learn more: @TravelGoC any other tips travellers should be aware of?…
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Travellers should practice enhanced health precautions when travelling internationally. Find out more: @Transport_gc share your tips and let us know how you get #ReadyForAnything #EPWeek2022…
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(1/2) The world has been spinning off its axis, experiencing an unprecedented pandemic. If #Covid19 has taught us anything, it’s to be #ReadyForAnything.
There are simple steps every Canadian should take to be #floodsmart: 💧 Look up local floodplain maps 💧 Move valuables upstairs 💧 Follow local alert channels Taggi@ReepGreeneen &am@GreenInfraOnaOn to share how the#floodreadyady…ITs
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