Annual Project ERASE Program Launched by Peel Regional Police

By Announcement

On Thursday, May 25th, Peel Regional Police announced the annual Project ERASE Program (Eliminating Racing Activities on Streets Everywhere) to change poor driver behaviour through education and strategic enforcement. Every May to October, the project targets street racing across Peel and across the GTA in collaboration with multiple police partners.

Street racing is an illegal and dangerous activity that jeopardizes the lives of innocent people. To ensure utmost safety on our roads, we will have zero tolerance for dangerous driving behaviours and street racing activities.

Drivers are reminded that they will be subject to charges and penalties for offences under the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) and breaking municipal by-laws; and could face seizure of their vehicles and a roadside suspension of their driver’s licence.

Road safety is a crucial policing function, and one which all members of Peel Regional Police are committed to. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, officers continue to enforce the speed limit, address aggressive and impaired driving, in addition to a variety of other road safety measures.

Anyone with information concerning aggressive driving or street racing activities in the Region of Peel is urged to contact 905-453-3311. Driving complaints can also be filed through the Road Watch portal on our website, by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or

ACER is launching our Seniors Measure Up program this spring for 2023-24

By Announcement, Parks

New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) “Seniors Measure Up !”


This program provides opportunities to improve seniors’ health and well-being.

The ACER Seniors Measure UP program will include local hands-on learning activities outdoors and indoor digital learning experiences.

Outdoors: seniors can become mentors and tree stewards in their local parks and learn to understand and report on tree health and growth over 3 seasons.

Indoors: the winter opportunities will be through remote learning and join in topics chosen together.


June 17 will be the first day in the field – please email for more details on how to volunteer.


Education and training to track the success of tree species is the key to all of ACER programs.

To learn more about this ACER program contact by email: