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A REMINDER TO PLAN AHEAD FOR A SOBER RIDE HOME

2020/11/02|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|

Newstalk 610 November 2, 2020 MADD Canada is launching its annual Project Red Ribbon campaign today ahead of the holiday season. Officials say the campaign is designed to encourages motorists to always drive sober. During the campaign, MADD Canada’s Chapter and Community Leaders will distribute red ribbons and red ribbon car decals for the public [...]

MADD Saskatoon, police kickoff annual Red Ribbon campaign

2020/11/02|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|

CTV News November 2, 2020 SASKATOON -- The Saskatoon chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is once against encouraging individuals who choose to celebrate the upcoming holiday season to plan for a safe ride home. On Monday MADD and the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) launched project Red Ribbon, an annual awareness campaign to promote [...]

P.E.I. residents encouraged to play active role in stopping impaired driving

2020/11/02|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|

SaltWire Network November 2, 2020 Islanders are urged to play an active role in stopping impaired driving behaviours that puts all communities at risk. The consequences of impaired driving in Prince Edward Island are among the most severe in Canada. Though the penalties may have contributed to an overall decrease of charges laid in the [...]

MADD Saskatoon’s annual ‘Project Red Ribbon’ campaign launched

2020/11/02|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|

Global News November 2, 2020 Holiday celebrations are approaching, and with that MADD Canada is reminding people to only get behind the wheel when sober. The annual Project Red Ribbon campaign was launched Monday. The organization is encouraging people to put red ribbons on vehicles as a symbol of committing to sober driving, as well as a [...]

MADD’S Project Red Ribbon goes virtual

2020/11/02|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|

My Timmins Now November 2, 2020 Project Red Ribbon is back from now until the first week of January.  The annual campaign of MADD Canada raises awareness of impaired driving during the holidays. Amy St. Amour is the Timmins and area chapter president, spreading from Kirkland Lake to Hearst.  She says MADD couldn’t have the [...]

‘She never gets to watch her kids grow up’: family speaks out after fatal crash

2020/10/07|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

GlobalNews. October 7, 2020 Almost a week after the tragic collision that took her sister’s life, Christine Rozon is still trying to cope with the very preventable loss. “We have to miss out on everything with her for the of our lives because a 23-year-old decided he was invincible and decided to drive drunk,” Rozon said. Rozon’s [...]

P.E.I. RCMP officer appointed to national board of MADD Canada

2020/10/07|Categories: Article|Tags: |

The Guardian October 7, 2020 RCMP Const. Stephen Duggan says no one should be in danger of driving "due to the careless decisions of others who drive under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs."A A Bit by bit, impaired drivers eat away at RCMP Const. Stephen Duggan. Over his 14-year career as a Mountie, Duggan has [...]

OPP officer receives MADD Props for his efforts

2020/10/05|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Northern News October 5, 2020 https://www.stthomastimesjournal.com/news/local-news/opp-officer-receives-madd-props-for-his-efforts/wcm/852a34d7-b50f-4d3b-8806-c8121a125985

Mother of 17-Year-Old Killed By Impaired Driver Uses Her Loss to Help Educate Others

2020/09/30|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Martensville Messager September 30, 2020 Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada) is a volunteer-driven, Registered Canadian Charitable Organization with a National Board of Directors that represent members from all across Canada. Their mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. In the early 1980’s, Provincial anti-drinking and driving groups [...]

N.S. introduces ‘modernized licence’ aimed at ride-sharing service drivers

2020/09/24|Categories: Article|Tags: |

CTV ATLANTIC SEPT 24, 2020 Nova Scotia has taken another step towards allowing ride-sharing services such as Lyft and Uber to operate in the province. In a release issued Thursday, the province announced they are introducing a "modernized" Class 4 licence that "no longer requires taxi or potential ride hail drivers to retake the road [...]