Canada Safety Council’s annual awareness campaign focuses on behaviors that put drivers, passengers and other road users most at risk: impaired driving, driver distractions, aggressive driving, and seat belt use by all persons inside the vehicle. Officers will enforce these violations with a zero tolerance approach.
Canadian Police Week is dedicated to increasing community awareness and recognition of policing services while strengthening police-community ties. Police Week also encourages community involvement and initiation of activities through media awareness and community sponsored events.
The U.S. and Canada celebrate National Nursing Week each year in May (in conjunction with the birthday of Florence Nightingale), and to mark the contributions nurses make to society. The Canadian Minister of Health instituted National Nursing Week in Canada in 1985.
-A little “birdy” told me!
-As long as you live under my roof, you’ll do as I say.
-Do you think I’m made of money?
-Don’t go out with a wet head, you’ll catch cold.
-Don’t EVER let me catch you doing that again!
-Bored! How can you be bored? I was never bored at your age.
-Don’t put that in your mouth, you don’t know where it’s been.
-How can you have nothing to wear? Your closet is FULL of clothes!
-Don’t use that tone with me!
-How do you know you don’t like it if you haven’t tasted it?
-If I’ve told you once … I’ve told you a thousand times.
-I hope someday you have children just like you.
-What if everyone jumped off a cliff? Would you do it, too?
-You don’t always get what you want. It’s a hard lesson, but you might as well learn it now.
-You’d forget your head if it wasn’t attached to your shoulders!
M – O – T – H – E – R
“M” is for the million things she gave me,
“O” means only that she’s growing old,
“T” is for the tears she shed to save me,
“H” is for her heart of purest gold;
“E” is for her eyes, with love-light shining,
“R” means right, and right she’ll always be,
Put them all together, they spell
A word that means the world to me.