PCA 2020


Safety Doesn’t Happen by Accident: Safety Practices 
for Day and 
Overnight Camps

When it comes to ensuring your child’s safety and well-being, the buck stops with the camp director,”says Catherine Ross, communications officer with the Canadian Camping Association and former camp director. Her advice: do appropriate research, seek out answers to your questions, experience the camp first-hand and then, once you’ve made a decision, have faith.

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How Much Do Your Kids Know About Internet Safety?

Raising kids in the Internet age is a new reality. You probably use the Internet and your children likely have access to it as well. While new technology can offer exciting and important opportunities for your kids, it’s essential that you do your research and know what your child is doing online. It can be easy for natural curiosity to take over if kids aren’t taught how to safely use the Internet.

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Preventing Accidental 9-1-1 Calls

Each year, Calgary’s 9-1-1 Centre receives over one million emergency and non-emergency calls. It takes a team of over 300 employees working in a 24-7 environment to answer those calls and get citizens the help they need.

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Keeping Your Family Safe During the Holidays

While it may be the most wonderful time of the year, the holiday season can also be one of the most exhausting. We are all busy checking our lists twice, and it often becomes easy to overlook the simple steps you can take to protect yourself.

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