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OPP to help youths stay "cool"
By OPP release

(ORILLIA, ON) - Demonstrating positive behaviour and participating in random acts of kindness is the "cool" thing to do this summer. 

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is proud to be partnering once again with Mac's Convenience Stores across Ontario for this year's for Operation Freeze 2017.

OPP officers will be on the lookout and if they catch a youth showcasing positive behavior in their community they may receive a thank you in the form of a ticket for a Mac's Froster drink.

A youth may receive a "positive ticket" from an officer for a number of positive behaviours: helping others in need, being leaders, doing a good deed and/or participating in community activities. Officers may also use the positive tickets as an 'icebreaker' to interact with youth. 

In the summer of 2016, the OPP distributed over 27,500 Operation Freeze tickets throughout the province. 


 

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