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Posted On Thursday, January 23, 2020

Aussie FrontFueled by a lengthy drought, the fire season in the Australia State began in September 2019.
Since that time, the wildfires have devastated wildlife causing thousands to parish. Many people have come together to support the variety of helpless animals. Social media has provided the means to share information about the tragedy but also how people can help.
A Facebook page let others know the request from down under and it started a trend. Patterns were printed off and the...

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Posted On Wednesday, January 22, 2020

syringePeel Regional Police want to make you aware of items that cause a great risk to you and your loved ones safety when not properly disposed of, hypodermic needles or syringes. These items are dangerous for a variety of reasons but mainly because they potentially carry infection.
Do you know what to do if you encounter a discarded needle while out walking, running or cycling? Call the 3-1-1 Contact Centre so that it can be safely collected and disposed of. If you find a needle...

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Posted On Friday, January 17, 2020

Our History- Police are the PublicAttention history buffs! Did you know that Peel Regional Police was formed 46 years ago this month?  Yes, it’s true. On January 1, 1974, when the Regional Municipality of Peel was created, Peel Regional Police was as well.  The new police organization was staffed by the members of the former police services of Mississauga, Port Credit, Streetsville, Brampton, and Chinguacousy through amalgamation.
The foundation on which Peel Regional Police was built however...

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Posted On Monday, January 13, 2020

CRISIS WORKEROn January 13, 2020, Peel Regional Police, in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) – Peel Dufferin, will be launching a Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team (MCRRT) program.  This program, as seen in our neighboring policing jurisdictions, is an effective way to deal with the ever-increasing calls for service involving those persons suffering from mental health challenges or in an addictions related crisis.
The program has a Crisis Worker...

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Posted On Friday, January 10, 2020

man in snowAs the winter carries on through the months of January and February here in the Region of Peel, the weather can really start to bite at us. Not only does it get colder but also because we live in the golden horseshoe, it’s a very humid cold that we can feel through our parkas right into our bones. You know the feeling.
This then is the kind of chill that makes us add scarves and toques to our hopefully waterproof outerwear just too quickly get out to the grocery store...

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