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Canadian flag anniversary and



Main Street projects at Galloway




by Deanna Mitchener to them. the flag. Then we will Canada is doing. They
Volunteer Andrew make a little collage of it, are sending a truck
February 15 marked McIntyre said, "In honor a video-montage, and across Canada to collect
50 years for our great of the 50th birthday of put it up on the website." oral histories about the
Canadian flag. our Canadian flag we are Madison Sharman, different main streets in
The Edson and District taking little video with Galloway, said, towns. Then they will be
Historical Society and snippets of people as "The museum is doing producing plays about
the Edson Galloway they volunteer to say a this project called the capital cities in each
Station Museum thought few words on what the 'Edson's Main Street province and territory.
it might be nice to gather Canadian Flag means to Project' in conjunction But they will also being
people's thought on what them or a precious with 'Project Main g o i n g t o s m a l l e r
the Canadian flag means memory they have about Street' the government of c o m m u n i t i e s l i k e
Edson."
"We are going to do
Tools to keep Canadians safe Edson's Main Street
P r o j e c t a n d a r e
L e g i s l a t i o n w a s c o l l e c t i n g s t o r i e s
introduced at the end of Jim Eglinski through oral history,
January, to protect drawings, and pictures.
Canadians from the We will collect them all Galloway Museum volunteer Andrew McIntyre
evolving threat of MP Yellowhead and put them into a
terrorism and help keep presentation in 2017. with Hannah Dixon (8) on the Canadian flag's 50
anniversary February 15. Photo Deanna Mitchener
our communities safe.
As your Member of -Providing CSIS with suspects;
Parliament and a former the ability, to intervene -Enabling the sharing
RCMP Officer, I know to prevent specific terror of relevant information
the world is a dangerous plots while ensuring a c r o s s f e d e r a l
place and that Canada is judicial oversight; d e p a r t m e n t s a n d UNPLUG FROM ELECTRONICS
not immune to the threat previously CSIS relied agencies; ensuring
of terrorism. The o n o t h e r l a w n a t i o n a l s e c u r i t y Have Fun Making Snow Angels - Snow angels are a great pass
time on snowy days, and are really fun to create. Make sure
proposed legislation, C- enforcement agencies to agencies are able to you are wearing warm clothing, so you do not get cold. Choose
51 “Anti-terrorism Act, do so; prevent foreigners who a patch of snow that is clear from debris, carefully lie down on
2015”will provide - P r o v i d i n g l a w pose a threat to Canada your back in the snow. Make an imprint with all parts of your
C a n a d i a n l a w enforcement agencies from coming to Canada; body, especially your head. Stretch your arms and legs out, and
e n f o r c e m e n t a n d with enhanced ability to -Providing witnesses move them back and forth, in and out. Once you are happy with
n a t i o n a l s e c u r i t y detect and prevent w i t h a d d i t i o n a l your imprint, carefully get up without disturbing your imprint.
agencies with additional terrorism offences and protection in national Stand back and admire your beautiful creation of a snow angel.
tools and flexibility to terrorist activity; security proceedings and Making a snow angel can be relaxing just laying back in the
snow, it can be a form of exercising too, the more movement of
keep pace with evolving -Preventing suspected prosecutions. arms and legs pushing against the snow can be a work out on
threats and better protect terrorists from travelling As a Government, its own. Enjoy the fresh air and join in the fun and make a snow
Canadian homes. Listed to commit terrorism these tools give our angel with your child.
below are the measures abroad by enabling the enforcement officials Family Friendly Business Recognition From Early Childhood Matters goes out to FCSS Family
that will provide law sharing of relevant responsible powers. We, Centre, for providing a safe space with toys to encourage toddlers to share, socialize and have
enforcement and the information across a l o n g w i t h o u r some creative growth together with toys.
courts the tools they federal departments and enforcement officials, all Email us at edsonearlychildhoodmatters@gmail.com and tell us about a local business that
need to help keep us all agencies while also have a responsibility as made your family outing with the kids just a little more enjoyable.
safe by stopping those s t r e n g t h e n i n g t h e Canadians to be vigilant.
who promote or plan on Passenger Protect We as politicians do not
committing terrorism. Program; enforce the law, but we
-Criminalizing the -Making it easier for have the duty to make THIS WEEK’S FEATURE
promotion of terrorist l a w e n f o r c e m e n t s u r e t h a t l a w
attacks on Canadians agencies to detain enforcement has the
-Interfering with suspected terrorists necessary tools to keep Mint Homes Ltd.
terrorist recruitment by before they can harm all Canadians safe.
giving our courts the C a n a d i a n s a n d We will continue to do
authority to order the toughening penalties for just that.
removal of terrorist violating court ordered
propaganda online; conditions on terror









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