Sources for our NTDSW statistics

Below are a list of the statistics used in the National Teen Driver Safety Week 2020 materials and their sources. “Road crashes are the second-leading cause of death among young people in Canada. Young people are killed in crashes at a higher rate than any other age group under 80 years old.”Yao, X., Skinner, R., […]

Tips for caregivers to help seniors stay active during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

While spending more time at home, seniors may develop a routine with less daily physical activity. Here’s how caregivers can support seniors to stay active and help them prevent falls.

Infographics

Saving lives beyond 2020 How the world can reduce motor-vehicle deaths by 50% by 2030 Sustainable Practices and Reportingincluding road safety interventions across sectors as part of Sustainable Development Goal contributions Safe Vehicles Across the Globeadopting a minimum set of safety standards for motor vehicles 30 km/hmandating a 30 km/h speed limit in urban areas […]

Videos

Perceptions of Vision Zero in Canada Why are cars made to go that fast? Speeding and road safety during COVID-19 Imagining Car Use and Road Safety Post COVID-19 Thinking Differently – A look at Canadian cities’ immediate response to COVID-19 to make space for social distancing (2020) COVID-19, Safer Roads and Urban Planning (2020) Vision Zero in Canada (webinar) […]

Winter sports and recreation

Learn about how to enjoy winter by participating safely in ice hockey, ice skating, skiing and snowboarding, sledding and tobogganing, and snowmobiling.

Elementary Road Safety

This new Parachute program supports and empowers school communities to explore, adapt and implement measures that will improve their local road safety.