Skip to content
Victim/Survivor Support Line: 1-800-665-6233 Donate Now

Latest News

Latest News

·
June 30, 2022

Keep Canada Day Celebrations Safe – Plan Ahead For A Sober Ride Home

Oakville, Ontario – The countdown to Canada Day is on and MADD Canada is asking all Canadians to do their part to keep roads, waterways and trails safe this long weekend by never driving impaired. “No one ever thinks they will be affected by impaired driving. But it can happen in the blink of an eye, and when it does…

·
June 23, 2022

MADD Canada Announces New Chief Executive Officer

Oakville, Ontario – MADD Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Sullivan, currently MADD Canada’s Director of Victim Services, as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer, effective June 27th, 2022. “Steve is uniquely positioned to lead MADD Canada in delivering on our mission to stop impaired driving and support victims of this violent crime,” said Karen Toon, Chair…

·
May 18, 2022

Stay Safe And Sober On Roads, Waterways And Trails This Victoria Day Weekend

Oakville, Ontario – As Canadians look forward to the Victoria Day holiday long weekend, MADD Canada is urging everyone to make it a safe one by always driving sober, or arranging a sober ride home if they are consuming alcohol, cannabis or other drugs. “MADD Canada wishes everyone a happy, fun and safe holiday long weekend,” said MADD Canada National…

·
March 21, 2022

Some Canadians Drive While Believing They Are Impaired By Alcohol Cannabis Or Other Drugs, MADD Canada Survey Shows

Oakville, Ontario – Many Canadians drive after consuming alcohol, cannabis, and illicit drugs, medications (prescribed or not) or other substances for recreational purposes or to get high even though they believe they are impaired, according to MADD Canada’s second National Survey On Driving After Alcohol, Cannabis, Or Drug Use. These behaviours are elevated among young males aged 18-34. The poll, released…

·
March 17, 2022

Plan Before You Party This St. Patrick’s Day – Arrange a Sober Ride Home

Oakville, Ontario – With pandemic restrictions lifting, more Canadians are likely to be out celebrating this upcoming St Patrick’s Day. MADD Canada is urging everyone to help prevent impaired driving and keep roads safe by planning ahead for a sober ride home. “If you’re gathering with family and friends to raise some green pints in honour of St. Patrick’s Day,…

·
February 10, 2022

Tackle The Driving Decision Before The Big Game Begins – Plan Ahead For A Sober Ride

Oakville, Ontario – How are you getting home after this Sunday’s championship match-up between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals? MADD Canada is urging you to arrange a sober ride if your Super Bowl festivities include alcohol, cannabis or other drugs. “Leaving the car at home and arranging sober transportation is a winning play for everyone,” said MADD…

·
November 1, 2015

Project Red Ribbon Launch 2015

MADD Charlotte County will be launching their Red Ribbon Campaign at the St Stephen Superstore on Saturday, November 14th from 11am to 3pm.  Join us for cake and we will be bagging groceries for you! We would love to have you to drop by and see what we are doing for the people in Charlotte County.  Also we would love you…

·
July 28, 2015

Home Made Quilt donated for Fundraiser

MADD Charlotte County will be selling tickets on a home made quilt that was donated to the chapter by the late Hartley Avery Sr. & Reva Avery.  The quilt was hand stitched by Reva Avery, who is the step mother of one of the chapter volunteers. Tickets can be purchased ($2 each or 3 for $5) at Pharmachoice, Crafty Creations…

·
June 13, 2015

Community BBQ Fundraiser for MADD Charlotte County

Save The Date! Come out and spend a hour or two and sit, eat, chat and listen to some great music while supporting a great cause. Councillor Faith Avery and MADD Charlotte County Chapter will be hosting a fun afternoon of entertainment by Stepping Out and some delicious bbq. This is the end event for Rally In The Valley Veterans…

·
October 25, 2014

MADD Canada Film Shows Students the Aftermath of Impaired Driving

MADD Canada Film Shows Students the Aftermath of Impaired Driving (Oakville, Ontario, October 7, 2014) – An impaired driving crash lasts just seconds but the effects stay with victims, families, friends and communities forever. Canadian students will get the opportunity to see the lasting impact of impaired driving as MADD Canada delivers Aftermath, its 2014-2015 School Assembly Program, to schools…

·
October 25, 2014

Costumes Won’t Disguise Impaired Drivers This Halloween

Oakville, Ontario, October 24, 2013 – MADD Canada and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada would like to remind Halloween revelers that a great costume may keep your fellow partiers guessing but it won’t disguise your identity if you get caught driving while impaired. As Canadians prepare to celebrate Halloween this weekend and next week, the two organizations are asking everyone…

·
October 23, 2014

Maritime RCMP officer recognized for efforts to combat impaired driving

Maritime RCMP officer recognized for efforts to combat impaired driving

Back To Top