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Hawkins-Gignac Monthly 50/50 Cash Raffle

The Hawkins-Gignac Foundation is excited to launch our monthly 50/50 Cash Raffle. Please support our charity and help us continue to do our work educating as many people as we can about the dangers of CO and how you can protect your families.

To enter the monthly raffle go to: www.rafflebox.ca/raffle/hawkins-gignac

We rely on you to help us share this online raffle with your family and friends, to get the cash prize a large as possible. Proceeds go to our foundation to be put back into donating CO alarms and spreading Carbon Monoxide awareness.

If you are a volunteer fire department and want to learn how to get involved and raise funds for your organization, please contact us at [email protected]

Together we can end the silence.

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John Gignac
Co-Chair

PSAs featuring
Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor

In anticipation of Ontario's CO Awareness Week, Nov 1 – 7, the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation is honoured to share our new TV, radio and web Public Service Announcements featuring Her Honour the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. PSA Downloads

Ontario's CO Alarm Law
- A Call to Action for Homeowners

This heartfelt and informative video tells the story behind the catalyst of Ontario's New CO alarm law, and what every householder needs to know to ensure they are in compliance.

Prestigious Award from Technical
Standards and Safety Authority

John Gignac was recently presented with the TSSA Legacy Award acknowledging his and the foundation’s tenacity and perseverance in pushing for the passing of the CO law in Ontario. Thank you to all the supporters who made this award possible. See the video.

Laura Hawkins Family

Latest News

Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer

Friday, 12th July 2019

Canadas national Carbon monoxide safety foundation is calling on the Saskatchewan government and all jurisdictions in Canada to mandate the installation of CO alarms in all homes and businesses...

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Carbon monoxide poisoning at motel a warning, says advocate whose family died in 2008 leak

Wednesday, 10th July 2019

A mass carbon monoxide poisoning at a Winnipeg motel should be a warning to individuals and politicians about the dangers of the odourless, deadly gas, says a former Ontario firefighter and safety...

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A list of other carbon monoxide injuries or deaths in Canada

Tuesday, 9th July 2019

WINNIPEG — Emergency officials in Winnipeg say dozens of people have been sickened by a suspect carbon monoxide leak at a hotel. Here is a list of other incidents involving carbon...

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‘Let’s not have another tragedy. Let’s get it done’

Monday, 14th January 2019

A week after dozens of Montreal children suffered carbon monoxide poisoning at school, the province has admitted not all New Brunswick schools have detectors – and it's not sure which ones...

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