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This section outlines various winter preparations and safety tips that can be used to keep you and your family safe. This information has been taken and modified (added and deleted) from FEMA, The Red Cross, NOAA and The Ontario Weather Page. I hope that you find this information useful (and that you don't ever have to use it). Suggestions for improving this source are welcome.

Before the Storm: Basic preparations that can be taken to prepare you home, car and livestock for impending storms. This includes lists of items that should be packed and stock before the storm strikes.
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Preparation is the key to remaining safe in winter. Safe winter driving can be achieved by using plain common sense. However, there are occasions when the best driving decision is to not drive. If you are uneasy about your ability to drive on slick winter roads or your car's ability to handle them, stay home!

 

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