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New law aims to take bite out of impaired driving

Newmarket Today December 12, 2018 Beginning Dec. 18, drivers should be prepared to hand over more than their licence, insurance and ownership papers during any kind of lawful stop by police. That’s when the most [...]

2018/12/12|Categories: Article|

MADD kicks off Red Ribbon campaign in Labrador West

The Northern Pen December 11, 2018 IOC gives initiative a boost LABRADOR WEST, N.L. It was a MADD weekend. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) kicked off their annual Red Ribbon campaign with two days of [...]

2018/12/11|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: |

Regina Transit to offer free bus service on New Year’s Eve

Regina / 980 CJME December 11, 2018 There will be free bus rides once again on New Year’s Eve in Regina. SGI and Regina Transit are partnering for their campaign Wing in the New Year, [...]

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Should people charged with impaired driving be publicly shamed? Yes

Toronto Star Opinion – By Andrew Murie December 11, 2018 To read the supporting and opposing viewpoints, please visit: MADD Canada supports York Regional Police in its decision to publicly name people charged with impaired [...]

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‘Tis the season

Lethbridge Herald December 10, 2018 The colours red and blue look gorgeous illuminated on a Christmas tree, but perhaps not so much on a police vehicle after a night of holiday revelry. And drivers who [...]

2018/12/10|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: |

Lethbridge police keeping eyes peeled for high drivers during the holidays

Global News December 10, 2018 Officers with the Lethbridge Police Service (LPS) had a busy weekend after holding a large-scale check stop Saturday night. Members of the Traffic Response Unit are used to asking drivers [...]

2018/12/10|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: |