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November 16, 2023

Meeting with Minister of Transportation Prabmeet Sarkaria

Bob Carreau and Nancy Stewart met with Minister of Transportation Prabmeet Sarkaria at the MADD Canada office on November 9th. Along with Deb Kelly from MADD, we were able to provide information and share goals in the hopes of eliminating impaired driving. We were asked to tell our stories of our loved ones who were killed by impaired drivers.  …

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November 8, 2023

Launch of 2023 Red Ribbon Campaign – Partnering with TTC

Toronto’s Red Ribbon campaign got off to a fabulous start November 7th at the TTC yards. Representatives from Toronto Police, Toronto Fire, OPP, EMS, and TTC all gave impactful talks supporting the Red Ribbon campaign – which raises awareness of the dangers of impaired driving, especially during the holiday season. There are 27 buses with the photos of victims of…

Kick?off to Safe Boating Awareness Week and Media Day

Kick?off to Safe Boating Awareness Week and Media Day

Kick?off to Safe Boating Awareness Week and Media Day Thursday, May 19, 2016, 10 a.m. Police Marine Unit, 259 Queen’s Quay West  On Thursday, May 19, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., at 259 Queen’s Quay West, the City of Toronto will officially proclaim May 21? 27, 2016, as North American Safe Boating Awareness Week. Following the proclamation, the Toronto Police Service…

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November 3, 2015

MADD Toronto launches the 28th Project Red Ribbon Campaign at Toronto Police Service Headquarters

Toronto, November 3, 2015 – Today marks the start of MADD Toronto Chapter’s Project Red Ribbon campaign, designed to combat impaired driving during the holidays. During this campaign, volunteers will be distributing Red Ribbon Boxes to local area police stations, Allstate Insurance Company of Canada offices and local participating retailers to encourage Toronto area residents to tie a MADD Canada…

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August 21, 2015

Choose your ride or the choice may be made for you

Choose your ride or the choice may be made for you Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Toronto will host an event on August 22nd from 11am to 3pm., at the Real Canadian Superstore (1755 Brimley Rd) in partnership with the Toronto Police Services (43 Division and Traffic Services), Ontario Provincial Police, Toronto Fire Services, Toronto Paramedic Services, Toronto Transit Commission…

Boating Fatalities Preventable

Piloting a boat recklessly on the water is just as dangerous as driving irresponsibly on the road, said Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) board member Marlene Stephens at this year’s Safe Boating Awareness Week kick-off May 14. Read more here: Toronto Police Service News

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November 18, 2014

MADD Toronto Red Ribbon campaign kicks off

MADD Toronto Red Ribbon campaign kicks off Global Toronto November 4, 2014 Watch the video TORONTO – MADD Toronto launched Tuesday morning the 2014 Project Red Ribbon Campaign to promote sober driving this holiday season. This year marks the 27th anniversary of the campaign which runs from Nov. 1 to Jan. 7, 2015. Across the country, Canadians are being asked…

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