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MADD Canada’s mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.

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Our hearts go out to victims and survivors…

Dear Friend, This past month our minds turned to Valentine’s Day –hearts, flowers and loved ones. But tragically, many people have lost loved ones to impaired driving crashes and losses due to injuries. It’s to [...]

Your personal effort to stop impaired driving can make a difference!

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. [...]

How you can help honour victims and survivors!

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 [...]

One can never say it enough…

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 [...]

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Our hearts go out to victims and survivors…

Dear Friend, This past month our minds turned to Valentine’s Day –hearts, flowers and loved ones. But tragically, many people have lost loved ones to impaired driving crashes and losses due to injuries. It’s to [...]

MADD Canada bringing powerful don’t drive if on booze or drugs messages

Quesnel Cariboo Observer February 21, 2018 MADD Canada is bringing a powerful message to Quesnel students at Correlieu Secondary School on March 6, starting at 12:30 p.m. The message about the dangers of impaired driving [...]

OPP credit citizen for helping to arrest alleged drunk driver

CTV Windsor February 20, 2018 The OPP are crediting an alert citizen for helping to arrest an alleged drunk driver in Tecumseh. Police say they responded to a traffic complaint originating on Essex County Road [...]

Ottawa backs off proposal to change DUI threshold

CBC February 20, 2018 The federal government is easing its foot off the gas pedal on a proposal to lower the legal blood-alcohol limit. Last spring Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould floated the idea of lowering [...]

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