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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 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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January 22, 2022

Impairment Leading Factor of Deaths in 2021

"SGI says impairment was leading factor in 87collision deaths in 2021.  Saskatchewan, for a second year in a row, reported 87 traffic fatalities, including nine pedestrians."  Click following link to read the rest of article. Impaired driving distractions among top causes of traffic fatalities (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

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December 3, 2021

December – Focus on Sober Driving

With the holiday season approaching, SGI, police forces, and media and focusing on impaired driving and getting a safe ride home. SGI shifting focus to impaired driving for holiday season (CKOM) Plan ahead for a safe ride from holiday events, police and MADD Saskatoon ask (The StarPhoenix) SGI urges Saskatchewanians to plan a safe ride home this holiday season (Global…

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