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Make The Last Long Weekend of Summer A Safe One – Drive, Ride and Boat Sober

Oakville, Ontario – As Canadians gear up for the Labour Day holiday weekend, MADD Canada is urging everyone to keep roads, trails and waterways safe by never driving or riding impaired. “We wish everyone a [...]

2020/09/03|Categories: National Media Release|

MADD Canada and Gigit Community Step Out Together for First-Ever Virtual Strides for Change Event

Oakville, Ontario - MADD Canada (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) has partnered with Gigit Community to power their annual Strides for Change event this September 2020. This year marks the first time that this major fundraising [...]

2020/08/27|Categories: National Media Release|

Keep Roads Safe This Canada Day – Plan Ahead For A Sober Ride Home

Oakville, Ontario – Canada Day celebrations may look a little different this year as much of the country still has COVID-19 related restrictions on large gatherings, but MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada [...]

2020/06/29|Categories: National Media Release|

Make A Sober Ride Home Part Of Your Plans For St. Jean-Baptiste Holiday

Montreal, Quebec – St. Jean-Baptiste Day is nearly here, and even though the celebrations may be smaller this year due to COVID-19, MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are asking everyone to choose [...]

2020/06/22|Categories: Provincial Media Release|

MADD Canada Applauds Saskatchewan for Significant Reduction in Impaired Driving Deaths and Injuries

Oakville, Ontario – Fewer families in Saskatchewan are facing the pain and grief of losing a loved one or suffering a devastating injury in alcohol and/or drug related crashes, thanks to the province’s ongoing commitment [...]

2020/06/17|Categories: Provincial Media Release|Tags: |

Outdated, Incomplete Impaired Driving Stats Hinder Evaluation of Legislation and Policies Aimed at Reducing Impaired Driving Crash Deaths and Injuries

Oakville, Ontario – The availability of reasonably current data on impaired driving is crucial to identifying trends, evaluating legislative and policy measures, and developing new prevention strategies. Yet, the most recent Canadian data on impairment-related [...]

2020/05/28|Categories: National Media Release|