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December 17, 2022

Holiday Season Checkstops

New Year's Eve SPS Checkstop: The New Year's Eve SPS checkstop was conducted along with Corman Park Police and RCMP officers.  Six MADD Saskatoon volunteers were in attendance to thank sober drivers.  Thanks to all of drivers that made the decision not to drive impaired.  A StarPhoenix article on the checkstop. December 21st SPS Checkstop: Link to video of the…

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November 27, 2022

Saskatoon Santa Claus Parade

MADD Saskatoon participated in the 2022 Santa Claus Parade, which was attended by 1000's of people in downtown Saskatoon.  We handed candy cane treats to the kids and red ribbon window stickers to the kids and adults.

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November 5, 2022

MADD Saskatoon attends SADD Conference

The Stevenson's and Van de Vorst's from MADD Saskatoon presented their stories of loss to Saskatchewan SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving) members at their conference Oct 22nd. SGI hosted a panel of people with experience and expertise on impaired driving and its effects.  The panel included a U of S police service officer, lawyer, The Stevenson's and two of Quinn…

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November 4, 2022

MADD attends CPP Checkstop

MADD attended a Corman Park Police Checkstop on the evening of Oct 28th on Highway 219 south of Saskatoon.  Impaired drivers were caught.  About 500 vehicles were screened.  We (MADD Saskatoon) handed out gifts and thanked sober drivers.

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November 1, 2022

National Sober Driving Holiday Awareness Campaign Launches in Montreal

Montreal, Quebec – Thomas Ratté was just 17 years old when he was killed by an impaired driver after stepping off a bus with a group of friends. Today, his mother Odette Lachance joins MADD Canada and MADD Montreal to launch the 2022 Project Red Ribbon campaign to prevent impaired driving during the upcoming holiday season. With the holiday season…

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September 21, 2022

Young Males Continue to Have Elevated Rates of Driving After Alcohol, Cannabis and Drug Use

Oakville, Ontario – Young males, aged 18-34, continue to have higher than average rates of driving after consuming alcohol, cannabis or other drugs, according to MADD Canada’s third National Survey On Driving After Alcohol, Cannabis, Or Drug Use.    The survey, conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MADD Canada, talked to 3,000 Canadians from the legal driving age to age 70…

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