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PEI Students See Powerful Sober Driving Message in Presentation from MADD Canada and PEI Liquor Control Commission

2020/01/10|Categories: Provincial Media Release|

Oakville, Ontario — Middle and high schools students across Prince Edward Island are seeing a powerful and moving sober driving message thanks to a new presentation by MADD Canada and PEI Liquor Control Commission. Road crashes are the number one cause of death among Canadian youth, and alcohol and/or drugs are involved in more than [...]

Take a look to see…

2020/01/08|Categories: Campaigns|

As we begin a New Year, I can't thank you enough. After all, your support for MADD Canada isn't just about making a donation. It's about making a difference – on our roads and waterways, in Canada's schools and courtrooms, and in the lives of impaired driving victims and survivors. Victims like Melissa Slater, whose [...]

Mallorie’s Story

2020/01/05|Categories: Article|

Mallorie Wild was seriously injured by an intoxicated driver who was served alcohol at two bars before he got behind the wheel. With support from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), MADD Canada has created a television public service announcement, as well as a longer video, to share Mallorie’s story. We hope that [...]

Holiday season drunk driving deaths concerning to GTA police, MADD

2020/01/04|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: , |

Toronto Sun January 4, 2020   Despite Festive RIDE campaigns by police across the Greater Toronto Area, this past holiday season has seen three people killed in the GTA as a result of suspected drunk drivers — a figure that’s concerning to police and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada. “It’s really upsetting that there [...]

Taxi driver’s death in Vancouver was 100 per cent avoidable: MADD Canada

2019/12/30|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Posted Dec 30, 2019 VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – The death of a 28-year-old taxi driver in Vancouver is horrifying, disgusting and was absolutely, 100 per cent preventable, according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Sanehpal Singh Randhawa had two passengers in his Yellow Cab when he was t-boned by someone driving a car2go who ran [...]

Ring In The New Year Right – Plan Ahead For A Sober Ride Home

2019/12/30|Categories: National Media Release|

Oakville/Ontario – As Canadians prepare to welcome in 2020, MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are reminding everyone to include sober transportation in their New Year’s party plans. “We wish everyone a Happy New Year and all the best in 2020,” said MADD Canada Chief Executive Officer Andrew Murie. “Most importantly, we wish [...]

Impaired Driving Can Bring Your Holiday Festivities To A Tragic Halt – Plan Ahead For A Sober Ride Home

2019/12/20|Categories: National Media Release|

Oakville, Ontario – With Christmas just a few days away and the season’s festivities in full swing this weekend, MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are asking Canadians to put safe roads and sober driving at the top of their holiday to-do lists. “This is a time for families, friends and festive fun. [...]

Go Nourished

2019/12/18|Categories: Cause-Related Programs|

MADD Canada is proud of its collaboration with Go Nourished - Canada's technology leader in premium vending, allowing us to extend our impact and reach into communities across Canada. Each participating Go Nourished smart market machine (healthy snacks and beverages) deployed in Canada will make a monthly contribution towards the goal of generating $100,000 for MADD Canada annually. [...]

Victims’ families speak out against impaired driving

2019/12/17|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: , |

680 News Dec 15, 2019, 6:25 PM For the third year Mothers Against Drunk Driving has teamed up with the TTC on a campaign encouraging people to think twice before getting behind the wheel impaired. 

‘You just learn to live with the pain:’ Faces of impaired driving victims to be displayed on TTC buses

2019/12/15|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: , |

CP24.com December 15, 2019