Oakville Fire Department donates safety equipment to Sheridan students
The Town of Oakville Fire Department generously donated more than 140 smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to Sheridan to enhance student safety in off-campus housing.The gift was part of #ProjectZero supported by Enbridge Gas.
Fire Chief Paul Boissonneault joined Oakville Mayor Rob Burton, Councillor of Ward 6 Tom Adams, Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council representative Jamie Kovacs, and Sheridan leaders and students for the presentation at Trafalgar Road Campus. Fire safety is top of mind in campus communities as many students are adjusting to life away from home for the first time and must familiarize themselves with new risks.
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