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Parachute remembers workers killed or injured on the job

Day of Mourning - April 28

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Statement of support from Louise Logan

Canada's National Day of Mourning

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Get outside & play!

Parachute's Horizon resources help prevent playground injuries

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Order your Community Toolkit for Safe Kids Week!

Kits and online resources available for communities

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12 tips for keeping safety on the right track

See tracks? Think trains!

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  • Day of Mourning 2015

    This short video from the Ontario WSIB is a reminder of all the many important reasons why it is important to commit and strive for safe workplaces on April 28.

  • Never a safe shortcut

    During Rail Safety Week (April 27 - May 3) meet Sean Fowler. He lost an arm and a leg when he hopped a train with some friends on the way home from school. His effort to hurry home and impress his friends nearly cost him his life. Sean's injuries could have been prevented - learn why railway tracks are never a safe shortcut.

  • Moment of Silence

    Watch this video and take a Moment of Silence when you cross the street: Devices Down and Head's Up. Find out more information at www.parachutecanada.org/momentofsilence

  • Protect Your Head

    Head injuries are the leading cause of serious injury and death to kids on wheels. A helmet could save your child's life!

  • Child Injury Prevention Course

    Imagine a world where all kids have a chance to grow up healthy and safe; where kids can reach their potential and become whatever they dream to be. Learn more about our Child Injury Prevention resources and course at www.parachutecanada.org/child-injury-prevention.

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