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Each year MADD Canada offers our services to 20,000 victims and survivors across Canada.

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MADD Canada’s mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.

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Victim/Survivor Stories

One of the deepest secrets of life is…

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 [...]

Fear, anger, a desire to help…what motivates you to give?

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 [...]

What are your plans this summer?

Dear Friend, Sweet, sweet summer. As Canadians, we look forward to it all year long. After all, summer is a time for cottage weekends, picnics, and long, leisurely road trips – a time to enjoy [...]

Our hearts go out to victims and survivors…

Dear Friend, This past month our minds turned to Valentine’s Day –hearts, flowers and loved ones. But tragically, many people have lost loved ones to impaired driving crashes and losses due to injuries. It’s to [...]

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‘Appalling’ number of impaired driving deaths on ATVs, snowmobiles, says MADD

Safety campaigns won't work without tougher penalties and enforcement, says Andrew Murie of MADD Canada CBC News Nov 12, 2018 The CEO of MADD Canada is calling for tougher legislation and increased enforcement to prevent impaired [...]

MADD And RCMP Launch Red Ribbon Campaign

91.9 The Bend November 2, 2018 The Red Ribbon campaign is officially underway in the province. Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the New Brunswick RCMP kicked off the annual campaign in Fredericton yesterday. 120 white [...]

‘Christmas is painful’: Mom of woman killed by drunk driver

CTV Edmonton November 2, 2018

NL Students See Powerful New Message about Risks of Impaired Driving Through MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program

Oakville, Ontario —Middle and high school students across Newfoundland and Labrador are seeing how one split-second decision to drive impaired can take away all their tomorrows, in MADD Canada’s latest School Assembly Program. Titled No [...]

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