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MADD Canada works to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. Thousands of individuals, corporations, foundations and groups across Canada have joined this effort. Discover all the ways that you can support MADD Canada.
Each year MADD Canada offers our services to 20,000 victims and survivors across Canada.
If you or someone you know has been injured or has lost a loved one as a result of someone else’s choice to drive impaired, we have many resources available to you and your family during these difficult times.
Dear Friend, Kim and Dean Hancock will never forget the night their 18-year-old son's voice was silenced, his life ripped from him. They were there when the tragedy happened. They were following DJ's car as [...]
Oakville/Ontario/April 27, 2017 – More than 200 people whose lives have been forever impacted by impaired driving come together this weekend to share their experiences, support one another and honour their loved ones at MADD [...]
PA Now April 18, 2017 The president of MADD Prince Albert has faith the ramped-up impaired driving laws attached to the legislation to legalize marijuana in Canada will work to address a possible spike in [...]
CBC April 14, 2017 New driving laws introduced alongside Canada's bill to legalize marijuana are a "tremendous step in the right direction," according to a Saskatchewan safe driving advocate. Wendell Waldron of MADD says the [...]
Impaired driving is a crime that claims nearly twice as many lives each year in Canada as all forms of homicide combined, and it is entirely preventable. MADD Canada welcomes the legislation announced today as [...]