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Solar Eclipse Safety for April 8, 2024

As the moon aligns perfectly between Earth and the Sun, parts of Ontario will experience temporary darkness.

Use the advice below to stay safe and to teach others how to stay safe during the eclipse.

Looking directly at the uncovered Sun without protection can cause retinal burns, blurred vision, or loss of eyesight. There are no pain sensors in your retinas to tell you that your eyes are being damaged. Once symptoms begin, the damage is usually too late to reverse.

Check out this Solar Eclipse Safety Guide for more information. 

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