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MADD Canada Letter to BC Transportation Minister Trevena Regarding Ridesharing Legislation Correspondence

2018/11/23|Categories: Online Statement|Tags: , |

MADD Canada Letter to Minister Trevena Re Bill 55 - November 23 2018 (PDF)

MADD red ribbons make a powerful statement

2018/11/05|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: |

Prince Albert Now November 5, 2018 Red ribbons are making their appearance in Prince Albert as part of MADD's holiday season campaign. It’s the time of year when the rate of impaired-related crashes increases. P.A. MADD chapter president Trina Cockle said the Project Red Ribbon initiative runs Nov.1 through Jan.7, and the ribbon represents a [...]

MADD Canada calls on B.C. to introduce ride-hailing in 2018

2018/07/30|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

Mothers Against Drunk Driving call on B.C. to allow ride-hailing now

2018/07/24|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

MADD Canada, BarWatch call for ride hailing in B.C. this year

2018/07/24|Categories: Article|Tags: , |

VANCOUVER SUN July 24, 2018 Anti-impaired-driving activists and a group representing restaurants and bars say allowing ride hailing in B.C. before the end of this year would make the province’s roads safer. Last week, the provincial government announced that although it would be changing legislation this fall to allow ride hailing companies like Uber and [...]

Local MADD chapter looking for new members

2018/05/29|Categories: Article|Tags: |

Comox Valley Record May 29, 2018 The Comox Valley chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers is looking for new members and is aiming to pass along information about the dangers of impaired driving. The chapter is hosting its annual general meeting June 4 at 6 p.m. at the Comox Valley Community Health Centre at 961 [...]

MADD Canada bringing powerful don’t drive if on booze or drugs messages

2018/02/21|Categories: Article|Tags: , , |

Quesnel Cariboo Observer February 21, 2018 MADD Canada is bringing a powerful message to Quesnel students at Correlieu Secondary School on March 6, starting at 12:30 p.m. The message about the dangers of impaired driving and the powerful education tool is program called The Pact. The Pact is MADD Canada’s 2017-18 School Assembly Program, which [...]

Suspected drunk driver arrested thanks to tips

2017/12/08|Categories: Article, Campaign 911|Tags: |

Kelowna Daily Courier December 8, 2017 A Kamloops man is facing potential charges following an impaired driving incident Tuesday afternoon in Coldstream. Vernon RCMP received multiple complaints of an erratic and possibly impaired driver just before noon. It was reported the vehicle appeared to have front-end damage and the driver appeared to be disoriented, stopping [...]

Police stepping up enforcement over holidays

2017/11/25|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: |

Prince Albert Now November 25, 2017 Prince Albert Police will soon be making themselves a lot more visible. Starting this weekend and running throughout the holiday season, police are stepping up weekend traffic enforcement which will include more check stops. The Police service will be enforcing all traffic laws, but focusing on impaired driving and [...]

Project Red Ribbon marks 30 years

2017/11/15|Categories: Article, Project Red Ribbon|Tags: |

Prince Albert Now November 14, 2017 - 12:00pm For three decades, MADD Canada’s iconic red ribbon campaign has raised awareness about the risks and consequences of impaired driving. The project is especially important in Prince Albert where local MADD chapter president Trina Cockle said drinking and driving is still a big issue. “We’ve lost a [...]