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High Water Safety Bulletin
March 12, 2011Posted by on
The Toronto Region Water Conservation issued a high water warning this week. We reminded students on Friday to stay away rivers and waterways this March Break. With more warmer temperatures and rain the forecast, please remind your children to stay clear of all water systems.
Here’s to a safe March Break for everyone.