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Be safe during Grad Week

There are just a few weeks left now in the school calendar before Graduation and all throughout the Prescott-Russell region and across the nation, local First Responder agencies are organizing Safe Grad promotion events in partnership with their local school districts. At St. Francis Xavier Catholic Elementary School in Hammond, a cool and blustery Monday morning in the middle of May was the scene for a bloody mockumentary scenario for the senior class of what could be the consequences of an accident where alcohol or drugs or both are involved. About half a dozen students from other grades took on the roles of accident victims and grieving friends whilemembers of the OPP, the Clarence-Rockland Fire Department and the Prescott-Russell Ambulance Services unit dealt with the injured, the dead, and the griefstricken. The morning Safe Grad exercise included an indoor discussion sessionwith guest speakers. Above, anOPP officer attempts to console a grieving student (portrayed by Callie Legault) while also trying to get information fromher about a fatal accident during a Safe Grad promotion event. —photos Gregg Chamberlain

Cet investissement dans l’innovation et l’amélioration de l’accès aux soins de santé dont ils ont besoin, pour tous les habitants de l’Ontario, signifie : • 700 nouveaux docteurs et spécialistes • 35 hôpitaux actuellement en voie de rénovation, de modernisation ou d’expansion • 250 millions de dollars investis dans les soins à domicile et en milieu communautaire • 345 millions de dollars investis pour réduire les temps d’attente et améliorer l’accès aux soins

Cette année, le financement de notre système de santé va augmenter de plus d’un milliard de dollars.

Pour un système de soins de santé vigoureux aujourd’hui et demain.

Payé par le gouvernement de l’Ontario

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