Jan 1, 2017 - Morty's Driving School becomes exclusive driving school sponsor of MADD Montreal mortysdrivingschool.com mortys.ca
On Dec 11, 2016 MADD Volunteers participated in a road block with the Montreal police. As police officers cleared the drivers as sober, MADD volunteers handed bookmarks, ribbons and candy canes to the drivers. Many drivers told the MADD volunteers to Keep Up the Good Work !!!
MADD Montreal dedicates memorial bench in honour of all victims and survivors of impaired driving at Royal West Academy in Montreal West on November 30, 2016. Students filled the branches on either side of the bench with RED RIBBONS as a reminder to plan ahead, drive sober. Tie it! Wear it! Show it! Share it! Live it!
MADD Montreal partners with Sûreté du Québec and Access Driving School to bring awareness on the dangers and consequences of impaired driving to Grade 11 students of Westwood High School in Hudson (Québec).
Susan Schwartz, Montreal Gazette More from Susan Schwartz, Montreal Gazette Published on: March 7, 2016 | Last Updated: March 7, 2016 10:10 AM EST Mothers Against Drunk Driving national president Angeliki Souranis's son Craig Watson died in July 2008 in a car accident in which alcohol was a factor. This photo was taken at Souranis's last birthday celebration before her…
Event: Alcohol and Drug Awareness / Safe Spring Break Day
MADD Montréal launched its 2015 Project Red Ribbon Campaign and presented the results of MADD Canada’s 2015 Provincial Impaired Driving Report – Québec is ranked lowest!
On December 4 at Concordia University, MADD Montréal launched its annual Project Red Ribbon Campaign to honour victims, raise awareness of the consequences of alcohol- or drug-impaired driving, and communicate easy solutions for safe transportation. We handed out more than 1,000 Project Red Ribbon bookmarks and ribbons as well as Campaign 911 bookmarks! In addition, we presented the results of…
A MADD Montreal Public Service Announcement (PSA) will be shown on the 337 high-definition screens in all 68 Métro stations Dec. 7-13, 2015
A MADD Montreal Public Service Announcement (PSA) will be shown on the 337 high-definition screens in all 68 Métro stations between December 7 and 13, 2015, coinciding with the period of Christmas parties and seasonal celebrations, during which a fair amount of drinking can occur.
The Canadian Safe Boating Council and MADD Canada Team Up to Reduce Impaired Boating Deaths This Weekend and Throughout the Summer Season. Oakville, ON – Drinking and boating accounts for approximately 40% of boating-related fatalities on Canadian waterways. To raise awareness and reduce alcohol-related deaths, MADD Canada is joining the Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) to launch year 3 of…