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ParcelPal Announces Strategic Partnership With MADD Canada to Stop Impaired Driving

2019/01/29|Categories: National Media Release|

VANCOUVER , Jan. 29, 2019 - ParcelPal Technology Inc. ("ParcelPal" or the "Company"), (PKG.CN) (PT0.F) (PTNYF) is pleased to announce that it has formed a partnership with MADD Canada to aid in the continuous fight to prevent impaired driving. MADD Canada has endorsed ParcelPal as their official delivery service in Canada . MADD Canada has over [...]

How far should rights be curtailed to stop drunk driving?

2019/01/20|Categories: Article|

Toronto Sun January 20, 2019 Four years ago, a waitress and manager of the Finn McCool Bar in Woodbridge rushed out to the parking lot to alert police that a patron had just left in his jeep and was very intoxicated. When York Regional Police caught up with him a few minutes later, the driver had [...]

Sask. families asked to submit names for victims of impaired driving monument

2019/01/18|Categories: Article|

Global News January 18, 2019 You may not have known Quinn Stevenson, 17, but if you’re from Saskatoon you likely know a bit of his story. On Aug. 3, 2013, he was killed on his way to work in a collision on College Drive at the hands of a drunk driver. His mother Bonny Stevenson [...]

MADD Canada’s anti-impaired driving campaign coming to Surrey school

2019/01/17|Categories: Article|Tags: |

The ‘hard-hitting’ program is descending on schools across the country Peace Arch News January 17, 2019 MADD Canada’s latest campaign is coming to schools across the country, with a stop in Surrey in February. Titled “No Tomorrow,” the 45-minute program explores how mixing alcohol and drugs with driving can have devastating and permanent consequences. “One [...]

Police clarify misunderstood aspect of new impaired law

2019/01/17|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Medicine Hat News January 17, 2019 The Medicine Hat Police Service issued a clarification Wednesday about recent changes to impaired driving laws in response to “misleading information” circulating on social media. Prior to the changes introduced on Dec. 18, it was a criminal offence to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content greater [...]

Officers will not demand at-home breath samples without cause: Edmonton police

2019/01/17|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Global News January 17, 2019 Edmonton police want to reassure citizens that Canada’s new impaired driving lawsdo not give them the right to come to your home and demand a breath sample when you’ve done nothing wrong. “It is not the law that police are just going to randomly come to your home,” Sgt. Robert Davis with [...]

Who are the happiest people?

2019/01/17|Categories: Campaigns|

Dear Friend, I believe our donors must be the happiest people – because of all they do for others with their heart-felt support for MADD Canada. They are certainly there for the victims and survivors of impaired driving. And now, with your added support, we can continue to help them recover from unthinkable tragedy. We can [...]

This New Year’s Eve, Resolve to Prevent Impaired Driving

2018/12/31|Categories: National Media Release|

Oakville, Ontario – MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are urging everyone to start the New Year off right – by arranging a safe and sober ride home. “However you are welcoming in the New Year, if alcohol, cannabis or other drugs are part of your party plans, please leave the driving to [...]

One more time: Do not drive if you’ve been drinking or using drugs. Got it?

2018/12/21|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

Brighton Independent December 21, 2018 Brighton – With consumption of recreational marijuana now being legal, it's even more imperative that the public take to heart the message of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to not drive while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. It's counsel MADD delivers throughout the year but one that bears [...]

MADD Durham reminds everyone to stay safe on the roads

2018/12/21|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Global News December 21, 2018 You may be indulging in a few festive cocktails at holiday parties this weekend, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving is urging you to get home safely. The risk for impaired driving is high at this time of the year, so MADD says everyone can help keep the roads safer by planning ahead—arrange [...]