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Vaughan Fire offers safety tips for a safe Halloween

Testing your smoke alarms is one safety tip Vaughan Fire advises all residents to do before trick-or-treating
Oct. 26, 2021
Aileen Zangouei

Halloween is only days away, and the only fright you should have on Oct. 31 is from spooky costumes and scary movies -- "not from a fire," said Vaughan Fire and Rescue Services.

Vaughan Fire released tips for trick-or-treating to keep everyone safe while having fun, whether you're staying in or going out.

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This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Halloween celebrations can be enjoyed while following public health measures from York Region Public Health, including physical distancing and hand sanitizing.

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