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Victim/Survivor Stories

And then, in a heartbeat, everything changed!

Dear Friend, It was a beautiful summer day, but Antonette Wijeratne lay crying in a hospital bed. Her hip, pelvis and some ribs had been fractured; the toes on her right foot dislocated; she had [...]

Help us turn a recipe for disaster into a recipe for hope!

Dear Friend, I have an urgent reason for writing to you today. We have a situation here in Canada that is frankly keeping me up at night. It's a situation that's putting our families, friends [...]

The day is coming…

Dear Friend, The day is coming when there will be no more impaired driving crashes; a day when we no longer need to hold a Candlelight Vigil for victims and survivors of this horrible crime… [...]

Have you made any New Year’s resolutions?

Have you made any New Year's resolutions? Many of us do. The beginning of the year is a good time to focus on improving our lives and making the world a better place. Of course, [...]

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Halton’s ‘Project Drive Thru’ a “brilliant” idea: CPS Commander

660 NEWS Jun 22, 2017 An Ontario program, geared toward getting drunk drivers off the road, has caught the attention of local police and the Calgary chapter of MADD Canada. Halton Regional Police, in Ontario, [...]

Plan Ahead for a Sober Ride This Saint Jean Baptiste Day, MADD Canada Urges

Montreal, Quebec – The holiday weekend is nearly here and there’s no shortage of fun activities and events to mark Saint Jean Baptiste Day and the vibrant history, culture and people of Quebec. While everyone [...]

Would you like jail time with those fries? Spotting impaired drivers at the drive-thru

CBC June 21, 2017 Halton police Const. Dave Stewart remembers getting a call last year from a manager at a fast food restaurant reporting a drunk customer in the drive-thru. When Stewart arrived on scene, [...]

Oakville’s MADD Canada debuts new school assembly program

Oakville Beaver June 19, 2017 Don’t drink and drive. It may seem simple, but it’s a message that warrants repeating, particularly for youths. According to Dawn Regan, chief operating officer for Oakville-based MADD Canada, 55 [...]

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