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Joel Emberson
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Canadian web designer, graphic artist and musician.
Canadian web designer, graphic artist and musician.

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You should totally vote for Shawn William Clarke as Toronto's best Songwriter! http://bestof.nowtoronto.com/2015/nominees.cfm?category=152&subcategory=1368

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27 deaths on #OPP patrolled roads so far this month. Together, we can reduce these numbers and save lives!

http://www.opp.ca/ecms/index.php?id=405&nid=1320

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Wise words from +Sayf Sharif at our partner +LunaMetrics on testing below. Worth a read for some Tuesday inspiration on your digital marketing. 

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May 16 to 22 is Safe Boating Awareness Week

On average, 140 Canadians drown in boating incidents each year. More than 80 percent are not wearing life jackets. On the road, you wear your seat belt because you know you won’t have time to put it on in the event of a collision. On the water, think about your life jacket the same way. It won’t work if you don’t wear it.

This OPP video highlights the importance of wearing Personal Flotation Devices and lifejackets: http://ow.ly/MXoOU

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The OPP is reminding motorists that Canada Road Safety Week gets underway this week and runs through the long weekend (May 12-18, 2015).  This is an annual, national campaign during which the OPP will be joining its policing partners to raise awareness through enforcement and education of the four main driving behaviours that put all road users at risk. These are: driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs; lack of occupant restraint; driving while distracted; and aggressive driving. 

Every road user can play a part in reducing the “Big 4” killers on our roads during Canada Road Safety Week and throughout the year.
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Saturday, May 9th is National Prescription Drug Drop Off

Day Your medicine cabinet may contain old prescription medications that can be harmful to others. Bring your expired, unused or unwanted meds to participating OPP detachments on Saturday, May 9th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for proper collection and environmentally responsible disposal.

For participating locations near you, visit www.oacp.ca or call your local OPP detachment.
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