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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… [...]

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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, [...]

You can give a voice to the voiceless…

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 [...]

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Impaired Driving Victims and Survivors Find Support, Comfort at MADD Canada National Conference

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MADD welcomes impaired driving rules attached to pot legalization

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 [...]

Sask. safe driving advocate encouraged by new impaired driving laws

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MADD Canada Statement on New Impaired Driving Legislation

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 [...]

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