Oakville, ON – Drinking and boating accounts for approximately 40% of boating-related fatalities on Canadian waterways. To raise awareness and reduce alcohol-related boating deaths, MADD Canada is joining the Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) in its “Operation Dry Water” initiative. With the summer boating season in high gear, the August long weekend is the perfect…… Continue reading The Canadian Safe Boating Council and MADD Canada Team Up to Reduce Impaired Boating Deaths This Weekend
Oakville, Ontario – MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are urging everyone to make sober driving a priority this summer, starting with this weekend’s Canada Day celebrations. “Celebrating Canada’s birthday is a great way to kick off the summer season, and this year, we have the added bonus of a long weekend,” said…… Continue reading Plan Ahead for Sober Driving This Canada Day Weekend and All Summer Long
Organization’s volunteers meet with MPs to emphasize crucial and growing need for new tests to detect drug-impaired drivers. Oakville, Ontario – With drug-impaired driving rates already on the rise and with the legalization of marijuana on the horizon, the need for better testing measures for drugged drivers is greater than ever. MADD Canada representatives will…… Continue reading Drug-Impaired Driving Problem Will Worsen Without New Roadside Testing Measures, MADD Canada Warns Members of Parliament
Canadians can help make this weekend crash-free by planning ahead for sober transportation, and by calling 911 to report suspected impaired drivers. Oakville, Ontario, May 19, 2016 – MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada are reminding Canadians to plan ahead for a sober ride home if they’re going to be consuming alcohol or…… Continue reading Keep Roads, Waterways and Trails Safe This Holiday Long Weekend – Drive Sober
Few words from the President of MADD SARNIA/LAMBTON. Natalie Andrews Victim/Survivor PAIN IS REAL
Meet Margaret Holmes, MADD Sarnia/Lambton’s new treasurer. Margaret has spent many years involved in the non-profit sector and is currently working at the Organization for Literacy in Lambton. Welcome Margaret! It’s great to have you on board.
A 34-year-old Sarnia man is facing charges after a collision with a snow plough Monday morning. Constable Les Jones says it happened just before 1 am on Confederation near Roper St. He says the eastbound vehicle slammed into the back of the plough. Jones says the driver was arrested and taken to headquarters where a breath… Continue reading Impaired Driver Hits Plough
Statistics are in this week from both Sarnia Police Services and Lambton OPP that reflect no substantial change in the incidents of impaired driving charges in the past two years. Sarnia Police report that in 2014, there were 51 people charged with impaired driving, compared to 52 in 2013. This is why our work is… Continue reading Keep getting our message out there!
A drunk driver who crashed a stolen pickup truck into a parked car and tree was fined $1,700 and placed on a year’s probation in Sarnia court. Obtained from www.theobserver.ca
Obtained from www.theobserver.ca