Orangeville, ON (Orangeville Fire Department) Thinking of having a backyard campfire this summer? Don’t forget the Town of Orangeville open air burning bylaw recognizes the sensitivity of some groups of people to the smoke caused by outdoor fires. Orangeville residents must apply to obtain a burn permit from the Town of Orangeville Fire Department.
Orangeville, ON (Orangeville Police Service) The Orangeville Police Service will be once again offer a Firearms and Prohibited Weapons Amnesty program from June 1 to June 30.
The amnesty program is being held as a proactive initiative to encourage residents to turn in firearms, weapons and other items that present a potential safety risk
Orangeville, ON (Ontario SPCA – Orangeville Branch) The Ontario SPCA, in partnership with SPCAs and Humane Societies from across Canada, are launching the 2017 No Hot Pets campaign. The campaign’s goal is to educate the public on the dangers of leaving pets unattended in vehicles during the summer months.
Mississauga, ON (PRNewswire) Across the province, whether in the yard or on a construction site, thousands of Ontarians are working in close quarters with a silent and potentially deadly hazard: powerlines. From May 15 to 21, the Electrical Safety Authority’s (ESA’s) Powerline Safety Week reminds people across the province to think twice about these unassuming overhead threats all year round, at home and at work.