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Project Red Ribbon 2014!

by MADD Sarnia/Lambton

This year, Project Red Ribbon was kicked off at the entrance of Lambton College. The white crosses represent the lives that will be lost in Canada this holiday season due to impaired driving.  

OPP to make it more difficult for distracted drivers to hide Beginning labour day long weekend

by MADD Sarnia/Lambton

Motorists who talk on cell phones, text or engage in other forms of distraction while driving will be easier to spot now that the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is dedicating more police vehicles to enforce Ontario’s Distracted Driving legislation full-time. Ten unmarked police vehicles will take to the roads over the Labour Day Long Weekend… Continue reading OPP to make it more difficult for distracted drivers to hide Beginning labour day long weekend

Residents Pleased With OPP

by MADD Sarnia/Lambton

92.8 per cent of people participating in a 2014 Community Satisfaction Survey say they are happy with OPP policing in their area. Constable Todd Monaghan says 97.9 per cent of those questioned by telephone felt safe in their community 93.7 per cent of the respondents were satisfied with OPP visibility in their community . 93.6… Continue reading Residents Pleased With OPP

Drunk driver arrested

by MADD Sarnia/Lambton

(PETROLIA, ON) Lambton Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic investigation on June 25, 2014 after 1:00 a.m. on Petrolia Line near Station Street to check on what appeared to be erratic driving, involving a Honda motor vehicle. Subsequent to the investigation, the 39 year old female driver, of Enniskillen Township, ON was arrested and… Continue reading Drunk driver arrested

Plan ahead the celebrations

by MADD Sarnia/Lambton

Getting an early start to Canada Day celebrations this weekend? Plan ahead. If you’re going to be drinking, leave the driving to someone sober. Please site article on MADD national website!