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réveillétogether now available on #whatonwhatsgood. As members of society, we should try to help each other and improve the state of the community and world that we live in. You can do this on both small and large levels. Pay attention to the people around you. Try to find ways to address their needs. In addition, you can also do things that will benefit society in the long run.  For instance: supporting charities, giving blood, and protecting the environment.  réveillétogether explores stories impacting the world and how we can help.

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So far at réveillétogether stories include Transport Canada Recall, React and RepairThe Salvation Army Needs Your Help!, Fight to End CancerChristmas in the Square 2019, Hope in the City 2019 and the state of bees

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Stay informed about recalls of vehicles, tires and child car seats From: Transport Canada As a consumer, you’re responsible to stay up to date on recalls of your vehicle, tires or child car seat. If a manufacturer has your contact information (for example, through product registration or warranty), they must inform you when they recall a product. You may also want to find out if there are recalls on a product you’d like to buy or import, such as a used car. If you think your vehicle, tires or child car seat may have a defect that hasn’t been recalled yet, report your problem here. On this page What is a safety recall? Find a recall Sign up for recall updates If your product is recalled Contact us What is a safety recall? A manufacturer must issue a Notice of Defect or Notice of Non-Compliance (recall) when they: find a safety defect in a vehicle, tire or child car seat, or when a product doesn’t comply with safety standards A safety recall notice from the manufacturer includes: a description of the issue and the safety risk steps you need to follow to fix the problem Find a recall Vehicles, tires and child car seats Search the motor vehicle safety recalls database Look up recalls issued in Canada from 1970 to the present Download the Government of Canada recalls and safety alerts app View the most recent recalls on vehicles, tires, and child car seats (along with food, health products and consumer products) Vehicles Browse the motor vehicle safety recalls web feed View the most recent vehicle recalls, or subscribe to get real-time updates Visit your manufacturer’s website Use your vehicle identification number (VIN) to look up recalls Find out if your vehicle is affected by one or more Takata airbag recall(s) Look into recall clearance for a vehicle you want to import into Canada Child car seats Search child car seat safety alerts and notices Look up safety alerts by manufacturer, model and date Also learn if a child car seat model has a problem that isn’t a safety defect (for example, an incorrect expiry date or issue with its instruction manual) Sign up for recall updates To get recall notices directly, you can: Register with the manufacturer Subscribe to our motor vehicle safety recalls web feed If your product is recalled Make sure you have the recall repairs done on your vehicle, tires or child car seat. If you don’t repair a safety recall, it puts you, your passengers and other road users at risk. The manufacturer will almost always make these repairs free of charge. Read about the importance of having recalled vehicles repaired Contact us If you think your vehicle, tires or child car seat are subject to a recall and you need more information, contact us: Transport Canada Defect Investigations and Recalls Division Telephone: 819-420-4300 (Gatineau-Ottawa area or internationally) Toll free: 1-800-333-0510 (in Canada) Our telephone service is available Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm eastern standard or daylight saving time (EST). Outside those hours, you can leave a message. We will return your call the next business day.
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Transport Canada Recall, React and Repair

What a small world.  While I was at the Canadian International AutoShow, I ran into Transport Canada. I thought this was quite amusing as I…

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charities, bees, climate change, cancer, réveillétogether rob kerr The Salvation Army is a Christian organization that gives hope and support to vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada and in 131 countries. The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world. Giving Hope Today
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The Salvation Army Needs Your Help!

The Salvation Army Needs Your Help! The Salvation Army has been helping communities in Canada since 1882, giving hope and support to the most vulnerable in 400…

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charities, bees, climate change, cancer, réveillétogether From live music to sing-a-longs, Christmas in the Square is an annual celebration hosted by The Salvation Army to celebrate the Christmas season as well as to kick-off the CTV Toy Mountain Campaign. For more information about Christmas with The Salvation Army, please contact Elena Livertovsky at Elena_Livertovsky@can.salvationarmy.org or 416-321-2654 x210
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Christmas in the Square 2019 (by: Jovin Tardif)

I arrived at around 4:45 pm and when I walked out of the subway, I was smiling from cheek to cheek when I saw a…

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charities, bees, climate change, cancer, RÉVEILLÉTOGETHER The Hope in the City Breakfast has become a special tradition, whereby Toronto’s business community join together to kick off the holiday season, raise funds and awareness while, celebrating the work of The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army appreciates the ongoing support demonstrated from a variety of local, caring corporations in the Greater Toronto Area. Through the care and financial assistance provided, The Salvation Army is better equipped to create significant and long-lasting improvements in local communities while providing essential services for those less fortunate.
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Hope in the City 2019 (by: Jovin Tardif)

When I walked into Fairmont Royal York, I met Sasha in the lobby and I was informed to make my way to Level C. On…

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RÉVEILLÉTOGETHER 3eehive - Urban Eco Apparel3eehive.buzz 3eehive is an apparel company that is designed to help educate on the importance of bees. We work toward combating habitat loss through the planting of new #planttags3eehive - Urban Eco Apparel3eehive.buzz 3eehive is an apparel company that is designed to help educate on the importance of bees. We work toward combating habitat loss through the planting of new #planttags
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réveillétogether with 3eehive Tyler Simpson

1. Can you tell us more about 3eehive Founder Tyler Simpson The founder of 3eehive Tyler Simpson is a 3rd year marketing student at Durham…

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