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Dear Friend, As soon as I read this quote from Lewis Carroll I immediately thought of all our thoughtful and compassionate donors. They do a lot for others by giving to MADD Canada - reaching out to [...]

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Dear Friend, Just before 3:00 am on January 3, 2016, Linda and Lou Van De Vorst received a call from the police. They were at the front door and they had devastating news. "The sergeant [...]

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Should people charged with impaired driving be publicly shamed? Yes

Toronto Star Opinion – By Andrew Murie December 11, 2018 To read the supporting and opposing viewpoints, please visit: https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/thebigdebate/2018/12/11/should-people-charged-with-impaired-driving-be-publicly-shamed-yes.html MADD Canada supports York Regional Police in its decision to publicly name people charged with impaired [...]

‘Tis the season

Lethbridge Herald December 10, 2018 The colours red and blue look gorgeous illuminated on a Christmas tree, but perhaps not so much on a police vehicle after a night of holiday revelry. And drivers who [...]

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