Lambton Shield
November 5, 2018

MADD Sarnia-Lambton volunteers erected the annual White Cross display Saturday on Quinn Drive near Temple Baptist Church as a reminder that impaired driving kills. The local MADD chapter wants everyone to enjoy the upcoming holiday season but never drive if you consume alcohol, cannabis or other drugs.

Lambton OPP Const. John Peters and Sarnia Const. Blair Nield have been recognized this year by MADD Sarnia-Lambton for their outstanding commitment to reducing impaired driving.

The chapter honoured both on Saturday, November 3 during a ceremony to kick off MADD’s Red Ribbon Campaign.

MADD’s National President Patricia Hynes-Coates flew to Sarnia to help honour the two officers and thank them for going above and beyond to make our local roads safer.

About 40 volunteers erected 270 crosses on Quinn Drive near Temple Baptist Church just before the awards ceremony. The crosses represent the number of lives that will be lost across Canada during the holiday season due to impaired driving crashes.