Supporting the fight against impaired driving has never been easier.
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, Your support for MADD Canada – your personal effort – can make a difference. In fact, when you combine your effort with that of other MADD Canada supporters, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish. [...]
Dear Friend, It's the holiday season and all across Canada people are celebrating. But in some homes there is only darkness. No lights sparkle from the eaves, no gifts wait to be opened. The families [...]
Dear Friend, During this season of gratitude Canadians everywhere are taking time out of their busy lives to reflect on the many things and people they are grateful for. I'm sure you're immensely thankful for [...]
Dear Friend, A pact is a powerful thing. It can change and sometimes even save lives. Today I hope you'll enter into a potentially lifesaving pact with MADD Canada. In this pact we'll agree to help [...]
Winnipeg, Manitoba – Manitoba students are seeing the dangers of impaired driving with a dynamic new education program being presented by MADD Canada and Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI). MADD Canada’s 2017-2018 School Assembly Program, titled [...]
(Oakville, Ontario) – As football fans prepare to watch the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots square off in Super Bowl LII, MADD Canada and Uber are urging everyone to have a game plan [...]
Medicine Hat News January 27, 2018 The Medicine Hat chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving will be holding a special school assembly day Monday at 1:15 p.m. at Alexander Middle School to raise awareness of [...]