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Jul 29, 2020

Bonny Stevenson with MADD Saskatoon says she worried about her 17 year old son Quinn being on the road in all weather and different times of day, to referee hockey. And he was killed by an impaired driver, on his way to work one morning, August 3rd, 2013.

Stevenson says impaired drivers aren’t just on main thorough-fares nor just out at night.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving has unveiled 13 mobile signs that will be put up where a driver has been criminally charged with impaired driving. The signs will be moved every two weeks with an updated list from Saskatoon City Police.

Stevenson says their goal with putting up 13 mobile signs around the city is to increase awareness of the 9-1-1—R-I-D, or Report Impaired Drivers program.