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pedestriansGrey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) urge both pedestrians and drivers to take charge of their safety on our roads. If you are a pedestrian:

- Be alert and aware of your surroundings.

- Stay off electronic devices, which are known to cause distraction.

- Ensure that you are visible to

hiking-captionOn April 16, 2016 at 6:54 p.m., the Bruce Peninsula Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a call regarding two lost persons hiking in the Bruce Peninsula National Park, in the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula. An OPP Sergeant and a Bruce Peninsula National Park Warden contacted the missing hikers via cell telephone and were able

sharetheroadGrey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) continue to stress traffic safety and education in their ongoing commitment to making traveling on roadways as safe as possible for all users.

Motorists are reminded to watch for farm vehicles and horse-drawn vehicles displaying a slow-moving vehicle sign which is a reflective orange triangle bordered with

phone-emailGrey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) continue to remind residents to be suspicious of unsolicited phone calls and emails from individuals seeking personal information or money and warn, never send money or give personal and credit card information to anyone you don't know or trust. Fraudsters continue to prey on people by taking their money by means of various scams, including one that's known as "Ransomware". Ransomware, also called scareware, is

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