Official contest rules, Canada's Safest Driver

 Official Rules The Canada’s Safest Driver Contest (hereinafter “Contest”) is designed to (i) promote safe driving; (ii) improve road safety; (iii) provide insight into how telematics can improve driver safety; and (iv) increase awareness of and participation in Parachute Vision Zero initiatives. The Contest is a contest of skill that measures the driving habits of […]

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) […]

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., […]

Poisoning

Make your home a poison-free zone: learn how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning and child poisoning from medications and recreational drugs such as cannabis, as well household products and personal care products.

Choosing the right car seat

Should your child be using a rear-facing car seat, forward-facing car seat, booster seats or just using seatbelt? Find out which is the right car seat for your child and watch the video guides on how to install them.

Canada's Safest Driver

Canada’s Safest Driver contest, sponsored by Desjardins, provides participants with a free downloadable app to track their driving skills and provides prizes for the best scores.

Concussion

Learn the basics about concussion: What it is, the the signs and symptoms, what should you do if you suspect a concussion, and how to treat it.

Parts of cars and car seats

Learn what the important parts of a car seat are and to what parts of the car it attaches.

#HaveThisTalk

Our year-two campaign to educate about the negative effects of cannabis impairment on driving focuses on reaching parents and other influencers of drivers and passengers ages 15 to 24.

National Teen Driver Safety Week

During the third full week of October, we run an awareness week to raise teen driver safety issues and encourage communities to work with youth to prevent dangerous behaviours.