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Enbridge Gas Helps Lakeshore Fire Department Reduce Fire And Carbon Monoxide Deaths

Sunday January 23rd, 2022, 7:39pm


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The Lakeshore Fire Department received 216 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms through Safe Community Project Zero–a public education campaign that will provide over 16,600 alarms to residents in 70 municipalities across Ontario.

This year, Enbridge Gas invested $500,000 in Safe Community Project Zero, and over the past 13 years, the program has provided more than 68,000 alarms to Ontario fire departments.

“Lakeshore Fire Department is proud and thankful to partner with Enbridge Gas and the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council on this important initiative,” says Fire Chief Don Williamson. “Firefighting staff will make door-to-door visits to pre-determined, high-risk areas within Lakeshore. Together, we will ensure our residents have the alarms they require to ensure an early warning and ultimately a safe and happy outcome.”

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