1. Make sure the sightlines around your doors and windows are not blocked by landscaping or fencing. Remove weapons of opportunity that can be used as a means of attack from around your property in the event of a break-in. These include: baseball sized stones, small flower pots, ashtrays or anything that can be picked up or thrown.
  2. Mark your valuable property. Participate in Operation Provident.
  3. Make sure your property is well maintained and free from graffiti. Don’t store items that can be used as ladders around your property.
  4. Remind your staff to keep their cars locked and never leave valuables such as purses or wallets in a visible location or unattended at your desk.
  5. Turn off your computer monitors at night.
  6. Get involved in Business Crime Watch. Contact your local Crime Prevention or Safe City Association.
  7. Shred all your waste paper.
  8. Require all future employees to undergo a criminal background check as a condition of being hired.
  9. Limit the movement of strangers within your business by developing a proper reception area or lobby with a controlled access.
  10. Consider developing a “safe room” within the interior of your property to properly secure your computer hard drives. Lock all lap top computers in the safe room or take them at night.



  1. When away from your property for long periods of time, make sure that your property looks lived in and cared for and use more than one timer to turn on and off lights.
  2. Let trusted neighbors know when you’ll be away and consider having the post office hold your mail.
  3. Close and lock all windows, garage doors etc. even if you’re away from your property for short periods of time.
  4. Make sure the sightlines around your doors and landscaping or fencing does not block windows.
  5. Add motion-activated lights around your house
  6. Participate in Operation Identification and mark your valuables.
  7. Don’t store ladders; outdoors furniture etc. near ground floor windows.
  8. Lock your front door if no one’s home and you’re working in the backyard.
  9. Keep our car locked when sitting in the drive.
  10. Never leave a key in the mailbox, under the mat or just inside the garage.


Revitalize Mississauga Business In Action Campaign 《撑經濟   齊消費》

September 18 – October 23, 2020

由密西沙加華商會主辦,密市市政府支持的《撑經濟   齊消費》活動,於今年9月18日至10月23日舉行,歡迎所有密市華商會會員免費參與。受到新冠病毒的疫情影響,密市各行各業的生意大受打擊,一些企業商店失去高達70%的營業額。《撑經濟   齊消費》活動舉辦的主要目的,是凝聚社區力量,幫助商會會員盡快恢復正常營運,重回正軌,協助重振密西沙加商業,同時推動密市的經濟發展。

為期6星期的《撑經濟   齊消費》期間,各種不同的優惠券將於加拿大商報刊登,另外主辦方會印製獨立4版的傳單,在密市各商戶派發。所有優惠券都會上載至密西沙加華商會網站,大家可以免費下載。公眾可憑優惠券以超優惠的價格到各參與商店消費,或獲取精美禮品、免費服務、品嘗美點佳餚等,優惠總值超過 $$$$。

更多有關《撑經濟   齊消費》詳情,可聯絡 Shella Chun,電話:905-625-6222 或電郵至

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Mississauga Chinese Business Association (MCBA) is launching the “Revitalize Mississauga Business In Action Campaign” in supporting Mississauga businesses’ reopening, and contributing to the recovery of our economy.  Members of MCBA are welcome and encourage participating FREE.  While social distancing is the order of the day, it is more important than ever that we stay strong to support each other. The aim of this 6 weeks campaign is to boost the business sectors due to COVID-19 and revitalize the local economy.


If you are interested in participating in this campaign, please contact MCBA by email at or call 905-625-6222.

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Space is limited.  First come first served. Stay well and safe!