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Ride-sharing giant Uber launches in Regina

2019/05/15|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

Regina Leader-Post May 15, 2019 The wait is finally over after ride-sharing giant Uber officially launched in Regina on Wednesday afternoon. “We’ve been waiting for this day for a long, long time and I know that council and all Regina residents are really, really pleased to finally have ride-share here and have Uber here,” said Mayor Michael [...]

Uber launches in Regina bringing more choice, competition

2019/05/15|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

980 CJME May 15, 2019 Uber launched in Regina on Wednesday and entered its second market in Saskatchewan, three months after it first launched in Saskatoon. Users of the ridesharing service can now download the Uber app on their smartphones and hail rides at the tap of a button. Before hailing a ride, users must download [...]

Cornwall man charged with drunk driving after police received complaints

2019/05/15|Categories: Article, Campaign 911|Tags: |

The Guardian May 14, 2019 A 22-year-old Cornwall man has been arrested and charged with impaired driving after Charlottetown police received two separate complaints. Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a possible impaired driver at a business on University Avenue at 5:28 p.m. on May 13. The complainant indicated that the male driver [...]

‘You don’t want to be one’: Estevan sign campaign shining light on impaired driving

2019/05/14|Categories: Article|Tags: |

CTV Regina May 14, 2019 Ten signs have recently popped up around the city of Estevan with a simple message: “Impaired driver caught here.” Connie Hagel with Estevan’s chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving says she hopes the signs send the message that impaired drivers are being caught in the community, regardless of where they [...]

‘Impaired driver caught here’: Signs aim to deter drunk driving in Sask. city

2019/05/14|Categories: Article|Tags: |

CTV News Regina May 14, 2019 A Mothers Against Drunk Driving chapter is putting up big arrow signs that read “Impaired driver caught here” all around Estevan, Sask., which police and supporters hope will deter drunk driving. Police in Estevan are hoping the new tactic will help reduce the city’s and province’s troubling impaired driving [...]

Halton Regional Police Launches Campaign 911

2019/04/29|Categories: Article, Campaign 911|

Milton Now April 29, 2019 On Saturday the Halton Regional Police in partnership with MADD Canada, launched this year’s Campaign 911. Superintendent, Derek Davis, highlights that despite years of education and advocacy, drivers are continuing to operate vehicles while impaired. He gives us a statistic breakdown over the past 3 years.   Davis reminds the [...]

Province provides support for MADD Canada’s national conference for victims of impaired driving

2019/04/28|Categories: Article|Tags: |

mySteinbach April 28, 2019 The provincial government is providing $15,000 to help people from Manitoba attend a national conference hosted by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada for victims of impaired driving. “Every year, MADD Canada brings victims and survivors of impaired driving together from across the country to share their experiences and honour those [...]


2019/04/27|Categories: Article|

AM 800 April 27, 2019 A state-of-the-art mobile teaching tool made a pit stop in east-Windsor. Students at L.A. Desmarais Catholic School in Forest Glade piled on to Mothers Against Drunk Driving's Smart Wheels RV. The recreational vehicle houses a program designed for students in grades 4 to 6 to educate them about the harmful [...]

Drunk driving victims honoured in MADD Canada vigil

2019/04/27|Categories: Article|

City TV News April 27, 2019 A heartbreaking vigil was held tonight to honour victims of impaired driving. Tina Yazdani has more on why MADD Canada is calling on elected officials to do more to curb drunk driving.

The time is now to get involved in annual MADD event

2019/04/26|Categories: Article|Tags: |

My Timmins Now April 26, 2019 The event is a month away, but now is a good time to start collecting pledges for the annual Strides for Change walk on June 1st. It’s a project of the MADD Canada chapter that covers Timmins, Cochrane and Iroquois Falls. Media coordinator Amy St. Amour says it’s held [...]