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, 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 [...]
Dear Friend: I never thought anything so tragic and senseless could happen to our family. But then there was my husband, Terry, watching his son being wheeled quickly to the operating room, leaving a trail [...]
Dear Friend, Perhaps summer means long sunny days at the beach or cottage. Barbeques and patio time with friends. Family vacations and road trips that stretch on for miles. For most of us, summer means [...]
Kitchener Post December 7 ,2016 After the tragic death of a young mother last week in a crash involving a suspected drunk driver the frustration was palpable on the part of police forces patrolling local [...]
Northumberland News December 8, 2016 With the holidays fast approaching, it is important to remember to be safe this holiday season, especially when alcohol is involved. As many of us attend Christmas parties and other [...]
THE CHRONICLE HERALD December 7, 2016 Operation Christmas is back in session. The annual campaign to combat drunk driving and encourage motorists to be safe during the winter began Wednesday in Cole Harbour. “The holiday [...]
Waterloo Chronicle December 7, 2016 The Mothers Against Drunk Driving red ribbon campaign launched at noon the Sunday before last. Victims, local politicians and emergency responders gathered at a quiet park in Kitchener to renew [...]