Safe Kids Week

This annual campaign, held the first full week of June, draws attention to a different child safety issue each year and provides resources for local community activities.

Rail safety: Tips for kids

Download our tip sheet on rail safety for kids.

Home safety for your kids' sake

Make sure you have smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detector installed in your home, and use a radon test kit to measure the radon level.

Electrical safety

Electrical safety tips for parents.

Local events

Parachute Safe Kids Week 2019 events took place across Canada. Participating communities Eastern Canada New Brunswick Dieppe St. Stephan Tobique First Nation Newfoundland/Labrador Cornerbrook Mount Pearl Marystown St. John’s Prince Edward Island Souris Western Canada British Columbia Kamloops Langley Nanaimo Salmon Arm Vancouver Alberta Barrhead Lac La Biche Edmonton Camrose Manning Medicine Hat Peace River […]

Vacation safety

Going on vacation? Check out our safety tips for travelling to both cold and warm weather destinations, and for travelling with children.

Halloween safety

Safety tips for parents, caregivers and drivers to keep Halloween night a safe night for all.

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Falls in children

Most fall-related injuries to children under five happen in the home. Here’s how to keep your kids safe from falls in the home.

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Sources for our NTDSW statistics

Below are a list of the statistics used in the National Teen Driver Safety Week 2019 materials and their sources. “Youth represent the largest number of drivers who test positive for drugs after a fatal crash”Government of Canada. (2019 Jan). Drug-impaired driving. Retrieved from https://www.canada.ca/en/services/policing/police/community-safety-policing/impaired-driving/drug-impaired-driving.html. “32 per cent of fatally injured drivers aged 16 to […]

Burns and scalds

Safety tips to prevent burns and scalds in your home, including reducing tap water temperature and installing smoke alarms.