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Emergencies happen. As adults, we try to prepare for them with home fire escape plans, emergency car kits, and some of us also take CPR and first aid courses. We also do our best to keep our families safe by preventing dangerous situations in the home. … Continue reading
Last week HaltonParents got to be part of an official kids book launch at Milton Public Library, on Clean Air Day, June 5. Very exciting stuff!
I’m still in shock by the recent bombings in Boston. I’m so saddened and horrified that this senseless act has taken place… again. How do you even try to explain this tragedy to your kids? My 12 year old son just couldn’t understand why … Continue reading
Check out this video about preparing for an emergency. Emergencies are often unpredictable and a few simple steps could save yours and your family’s lives. Plus, find out more about Halton Region’s Emergency Preparedness quiz for a chance to win a Family Emergency Go-Kit! ~ Nick … Continue reading
Flooding in Manitoba and Quebec, forest fires in Alberta and severe storms across the country have recently reminded us of the importance of emergency preparedness. Remember the power outage of Summer 2003? Many people I talk with actually tell me how … Continue reading