Years ago in the early 1990s, a gentleman by the name of Roy Knight visited MADD Canada's offices and he was deeply moved by the faces of loved ones on the walls. He wrote a poem, which we think sums up our collective thoughts on the significance of the photos and the desire to see an end to the tragedies of impaired driving. Click here to read the poem.
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