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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Peterborough Public Health Honours 2017 Tobacco-Wise Champions

May 31, 2017 – Celebrating Community Leaders in Commercial Tobacco Use Prevention for Better Public Health Today is World No Tobacco Day, and to celebrate Peterborough Public Health recognized several local residents and organizations for their leadership creating a tobacco-wise community here at home. “It really is a David and Goliath story.  Our 2017 Tobacco-Wise Champions are […]

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Are You Ready For Heat This Summer?

May 30, 2017 -Peterborough Public Health Activates Heat Warning System With summer quickly approaching and warmer temperatures imminent, Peterborough Public Health has activated its Heat Warning and Information System (HWIS) to advise residents of the best way to protect their health when temperatures soar. Environment and Climate Change Canada will issue Heat Warnings 18 to […]

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May 10 Board of Health Meeting Summary

May 17, 2017 – To view the meeting summary for the May 10 Board of Health Meeting click image below: 170510 Board of Health Meeting summary May 10

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Hundreds of Apsley Students Make Water Their Drink of Choice

  May 11, 2017 – Healthy Kids Community Challenge Wraps Up “Water Does Wonders” Campaign at Apsley Public School Today, every student at Apsley Public School took home a complimentary reusable water bottle to celebrate the “Water Does Wonders” campaign, thanks to the support of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge (HKCC), Peterborough. “The County is so […]

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Peterborough Public Health Reminds Residents on Wells about Drinking Water Safety

May 6, 2017 – Peterborough Public Health is reminding the public about drinking water safety following the recent notification from the City of Peterborough that the Peterborough Wastewater Treatment Plant is in by-pass mode. “The good news is that wastewater entering the Otonabee River is still 99% treated so with the current volumes and rate of […]

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