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Service NL provides accessible, responsive services in the areas of public health and safety, environmental protection, occupational health and safety, consumer protection, and in the preservation of vital events and commercial transactions. It also provides printing services to Government.

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    • Amendments to the Highway Traffic Act to enable the use of image capture systems to help increase road safety on our province’s roads and highways were introduced for second reading today in the House of Assembly. The proposed changes will allow for highway cameras to be used as a means of increasing compliance with the rules of the road and increasing safety for all road users in the province. The use of cameras can also help improve safety in construction zones and school bus zones.
    • Mr. Speaker, I rise in this Honourable House to recognize November as Financial Literacy Month. This year’s theme is “Take Charge of Your Finances”. The Provincial Government recognizes the importance of investment education information and encourages Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to take charge of their finances by making a budget, having a savings and debt reduction plan and understanding their financial rights and responsibilities.
    • The Honourable Sherry Gambin-Walsh, Minister Responsible for WorkplaceNL and Denis Hogan, CEO of Workplace NL will be making an announcement tomorrow (Tuesday, October 29) related to the manufacturing and processing industries. The event will take place at WorkplaceNL, 146-148 Forest Road, St. John’s, beginning at 10:00 a.m.
    • The Department of Justice and Public Safety is warning the public of a phone scam offering jury duty exemptions.
    • Today, credit unions throughout Newfoundland and Labrador are celebrating International Credit Union Day. This year’s theme, “Local Service, Global Reach”, recognizes the positive impact credit unions have on families and communities around the world.
    • Service NL would like to remind the public that as the winter season approaches motorists should consider having their winter tires installed before road conditions turn to snow and ice. Those who choose to use studded tires may do so as of Friday, November 1.
    • The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is reminding the public that standards are in place to help mitigate potential risks associated with ice rink refrigeration equipment.
    • With the new school year well underway, and everyone settled into back-to-school routines, motorists are reminded to remain vigilant and obey highway and school bus safety laws.
    • Avec la nouvelle année scolaire bien entamée et chacun de retour dans son horaire routinier réglé au quart de tour, on rappelle aux automobilistes de rester vigilants et de respecter la réglementation sur la circulation routière et sur la sécurité des autobus scolaires.
    • The Provincial Government is highlighting the work of public sector employees in the environmental public health field by recognizing September 23 to 27 as Environmental Public Health Week in Newfoundland and Labrador.
    • The Honourable Sherry Gambin-Walsh, Minister of Service NL, will bring greetings at a bench dedication ceremony hosted by the Avalon Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). The event is taking place Sunday, September 15 at the Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Center in Conception Bay South, beginning at 2:00 p.m.
    • With a new school year beginning this week, the Provincial Government is welcoming students, teachers, administrators and staff back to school. Motorists are also being urged to obey the safety laws around school busing and pay particular attention in and around school zones.
    • À l’occasion de la nouvelle année scolaire qui débute cette semaine, le gouvernement provincial souhaite une bonne rentrée aux élèves, aux enseignants, aux administrateurs et au personnel du milieu scolaire. Les automobilistes sont priés de respecter les lois en matière de sécurité routière près des autobus et des zones scolaires.
    • Next week, students throughout Newfoundland and Labrador will return to the classroom, resulting in increased motor vehicle, cyclist and pedestrian traffic. Motorists are reminded to drive with extra caution, especially in school zones.
    • La semaine prochaine, tous les élèves de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador retourneront en classe, ce qui entraînera une hausse de la circulation des véhicules automobiles, des cyclistes et des piétons. On rappelle donc aux automobilistes d’être très prudents, surtout dans les zones scolaires.