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Victim/Survivor Stories

Thankfully, the last words we said to each other were, “I love you”

Dear Friend, On the morning of December 10th, 2003, I stood at my front door, waiting. The police arrived a short time later and, with a few words, they shattered my world so completely I [...]

Your child’s special day shouldn’t be their funeral

Dear Friend, It should have been a special, magical Christmas. Jennifer McCullough had everything going for her. She had just found the love of her life. She was making plans for a career in horticulture. [...]

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MADD, MPI hoping to curb impaired drivers for holidays

Brandon Sun November 26, 2020 A total of 18 Manitobans have been killed on roadways due to impaired driving as of the end of October — a number the president of the Brandon Mothers Against [...]

Drive sober this holiday season

Richmond Sentinel November 25, 2020 The Vancouver chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) was forced to cancel the kick-off of its holiday awareness campaign planned for this morning (Wednesday) in Richmond. The launch of Project [...]

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