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Lift partners with MADD Canada for first of its kind cannabis retail training program

by MADD Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada – November 20, 2017 – Lift Co Ltd. (“Lift”) is pleased to announce the first retail training certification program for frontline staff in Canada’s upcoming cannabis retailers, with several modules being created in partnership with MADD Canada (“MADD”). Leveraging over three years of operational experience and its proprietary data, Lift is developing… Continue reading Lift partners with MADD Canada for first of its kind cannabis retail training program

MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon Awareness Campaign Marks 30th Anniversary

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Oakville, Ontario –  Project Red Ribbon, MADD Canada’s campaign to promote sober driving during the holiday season, turns 30 this year. For three decades, MADD Canada’s red ribbon has symbolized the importance of always driving sober and served as a powerful tribute to the innocent people who are killed and injured in impairment-related crashes. The… Continue reading MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon Awareness Campaign Marks 30th Anniversary

Halloween Celebrations Can Turn Scary When Someone Drives Impaired – Plan Ahead For a Sober Ride Home

by MADD Canada

Oakville, Ontario – An evening of celebration can turn into a real-life horror story when someone makes the decision to drive impaired. MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are urging Canadians to keep the scary moments at the parties and off the roads this Halloween by planning ahead for a sober ride home.… Continue reading Halloween Celebrations Can Turn Scary When Someone Drives Impaired – Plan Ahead For a Sober Ride Home

Stay Safe, Drive Sober This Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

by MADD Canada

Oakville, Ontario – As Canadians gather to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are asking everyone to protect themselves and one another against impaired driving. “Please arrange a sober ride home if you are going to be drinking or consuming drugs this holiday weekend,” said MADD Canada National President… Continue reading Stay Safe, Drive Sober This Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Bringing the Sober-Driving Message To Youth – MADD Canada’s New School Program Begins Nation-Wide Tour

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Calgary, Alberta – The dangers and consequences of driving impaired are on the lesson plan this week as MADD Canada officially launches its 2017-2018 School Assembly Program, titled The Pact. Road crashes are the number one cause of death among teens and young adults, and alcohol and/or drugs are involved in more than half of… Continue reading Bringing the Sober-Driving Message To Youth – MADD Canada’s New School Program Begins Nation-Wide Tour

Keep the Holiday Long-Weekend Free From Crashes and Tragedy – Drive Sober

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Oakville, Ontario, May 19, 2017 – Whether you are opening the cottage, heading out on the boat or kicking back on the deck or patio this Victoria Day long weekend, MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are urging everyone to leave impaired driving out of the mix. “We want to wish everyone a… Continue reading Keep the Holiday Long-Weekend Free From Crashes and Tragedy – Drive Sober

Saskatchewan Victim of Impaired Driving Honoured in New Awareness Campaign

by MADD Canada

Campaign by MADD Canada and RTL-Westcan Group of Companies features photo of Danille Kerpan and message encouraging motorists to report suspected impaired drivers by calling 911. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – On October 10, 2014, 25-year-old Danille Kerpan was killed in an impaired driving crash. Today, her parents Melanie and Allan Kerpan, together with RTL-Westcan Group of… Continue reading Saskatchewan Victim of Impaired Driving Honoured in New Awareness Campaign

Mandatory Screening Provision in Bill C-46 Will Reduce Impaired Driving Crashes, Deaths and Injuries in Canada

by MADD Canada

Oakville/Ontario – The mandatory screening provision in Bill C-46, the Government of Canada’s recently proposed legislation to reform impaired driving laws, will significantly reduce impaired driving in Canada, saving hundreds of lives and preventing thousands of injuries each year, says MADD Canada. “Simply put, mandatory screening is one of the single most effective ways Canada… Continue reading Mandatory Screening Provision in Bill C-46 Will Reduce Impaired Driving Crashes, Deaths and Injuries in Canada