Children’s Privacy in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing a growing role in children’s lives, fundamentally reshaping their everyday experiences and places – from...

Safety Basics Can’t be Overlooked on the Farm

Amid COVID-19 anxiety that continues to impact workers across Canada, the agricultural industry continues to face shifting priorities, juggling...

New Year, New Focus on Safe Driving Habits

  To kick off the new year, the Canada Safety Council would like to remind you that winter driving requires extra caution. “Winter driving can...

Senior Safety

Seniors can face many difficulties as they grow older. Canada Safety Council provides safety tips to help in the aging process, and what seniors can do to make their home free of safety hazards.

Drugs and the Older Driver

No matter what your age, being able to drive means independence. This independence comes with the responsibility to drive safely. Older drivers are very likely to be taking several medications, some of which may affect driving skills. To be a safe driver, you need to...

Safety Tips for the Older Driver

Maintaining a driver's license is an important issue of independence for older Canadians, especially to those who have driven for most of their life. The aging process brings changes that can affect the older driver's ability to drive safely. These include: reduced...