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Children aged 5 and under are at increased risk for food poisoning and related health complications. This is because their immune system is still developing and they cannot fight off infection as well as adults can. Young children also produce less of the stomach acid that kills harmful bacteria. This makes it easier for them to get food poisoning.
When your immune system is weak, it can be harder for your body to fight disease, so you are more likely than the general population to get food poisoning, and to have serious health effects as a result. This guide offers helpful advice on how to reduce your risk of food poisoning.
Rent calculation for the use of Crown land for log handling purposes is based on zonal land values. There are currently 11 zones covering the province. The dataset outlines the boundaries for these zones.
The objective of the Interim National Vaccine Storage, Handling and Transportation Guidelines for Ultra-Low Temperature and Frozen Temperature COVID-19 Vaccines – 2021 is to supplement and update the guidance for storage, handling and transportation of ultra-low temperature and frozen temperature COVID-19 vaccines for immunization providers in Canada.
You probably use many household chemical products in and around your home and garage. These products may include cleaning liquids and powders, polishes, drain cleaners, paint and paint thinners, liquid laundry detergent packets and windshield washer fluids. These types of products can be dangerous and cause burns, fires, poisonings and explosions if not handled safely.
Resources to keep children safe online.
The Public Health Agency of Canada, in collaboration with Canadian public health, infection prevention and control (IPC) experts, and the Funeral Service Association of Canada has developed this document to provide guidance on IPC and public health measures in relation to death care services in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Get Cyber Safe is a national public awareness campaign created to inform Canadians about cyber security and the simple steps they can take to protect themselves online.