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September 15, 2015

24 Hours: MADD Canada’s impactful anti-impaired driving program for students

The 2015-2016 School Assembly Program, titled 24 Hours, begins its year-long tour of Ontario schools this month. MADD Canada and Provincial Partner LCBO launched the new film for students and staff at Monsignor Percy Johnson Catholic School in Etobicoke today. Read more here: 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…

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June 23, 2015

Provinces Must Step Up Efforts To Reduce Impaired Driving

The 2015 Provincial Impaired Driving Report compiled by MADD Canada, assesses major elements of each province's impaired driving laws and identifies areas where reforms can be made to significantly reduce impaired driving. Read more here: MADD Canada

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May 14, 2015

Gearing Up For A Safe Season on Roads, Waterways and Trails

“Unfortunately, long weekends and summer months are also a time when the risk of impaired driving increases. We can all play a role in reducing that risk.” Read more here: MADD Canada

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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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September 27, 2014

Close the hospital loophole: MADD Canada

Toronto Sun August 23, 2014 TORONTO - Many drunk drivers are escaping justice by heading to the emergency room after a crash and leaving innocent victims in their wake, says MADD Canada. But it's a loophole the group feels the federal government can close by making blood testing mandatory for all motorists involved in collisions with serious injuries or death.…

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