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Emergency Numbers

1984 2 min
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This short animation from Oscar® winner John Weldon is a hilarious "cat and dog fight" film that also reminds us to keep emergency numbers close to our telephones.

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Emergency Numbers
  • Canada Vignettes
    Canada Vignettes
    1978 43 films
    Discover this series of classic shorts exploring every facet of Canadian culture and history.

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This short animation from Oscar® winner John Weldon is a hilarious "cat and dog fight" film that also reminds us to keep emergency numbers close to our telephones.
  • director
    John Weldon
  • producer
    Eunice Macaulay
  • executive producer
    Douglas MacDonald
  • music
    Walter Harrington

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Education

Ages 8 to 9
Students brainstorm emergency service providers in their communities. Who do you call for emergencies and other needs (fridge or mattress removal, paint, lost or hurt animals, etc.). Plan a class visit to an animal shelter and have students write a report/reflection on visit. Have a representative from the city, fire department, police station visit students in class. Take students to the fire department or fire station. Students write/draw mini-reports.
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