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June 26, 2022

SK MADD Monument Ceremony

For the first time since the monument was erected and the first official ceremony in 2019, MADD Saskatchewan hosted a ceremony to honor victims on the memorial monument. Jaymie-Lyne Hancock, National President for MADD Canada, a number of dignitaries, and many guests were in attendance. Saskatoon host to ceremony dedicated to victims of impaired driving (CTV News).  Click here to…

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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…

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June 11, 2022

Klassen MADD Road Sign

Memorial road sign honours saskatchewan couple killed in impaired driving crash (The StarPhoenix) Memorial Road Sign Honours Saskatchewan Couple Killed In Impaired Driving Crash (MADD Canada)

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April 2, 2022

RID Relaunch

MADD Saskatchewan, in conjunction with SGI and Saskatchewan police services, relaunched the RID sign initiative on April 1st.  Winter time is a challenge to put out the RID signs.  So with spring on our doorstep it was most fitting to have a province wide launch.  Checkstops were conducted across the province on the evening of April 1st in conjunction with…

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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…

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