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National Safety Campaigns

 

The Canada Safety Council runs eight safety campaigns per year. During each campaign we distribute news releases to outlets across the country to bring attention to important safety topics. Our oldest annual campaign, National Safe Driving Week, has been running since the 1950s!

Over the years, we have reached millions of Canadians with our engaging and potentially lifesaving information, but we can’t do this work alone. Partnerships with funding organizations enable us to continue this work.

Can you help? Please contact us if you would like to discuss opportunities for collaboration and/or sponsorship in upcoming campaigns.

Recent campaigns
Your Family Isn’t Built for a Crash

Your Family Isn’t Built for a Crash

Every time we get behind the wheel, we're not just responsible for our own lives but also the lives of our loved ones. The road can be an unpredictable place, and collisions happen at a rate high enough that our family’s safety needs to be top of mind at every...

Making Multiple Medications Manageable

Making Multiple Medications Manageable

It is no secret that Canada’s population is progressively skewing older as previous generations reach retirement age. According to Statistics Canada, we can expect between 21.3 and 22.9 per cent of the population to be over the age of 65 by 2030. By comparison, as of...

Fight Fire with Knowledge

Fight Fire with Knowledge

The holiday season is a time of joy, of family gatherings, and of celebrating. As we deck the halls light up our homes with decorations and fill it with the smells of the meals we’re sharing, it's essential to be aware of the increased fire dangers that come with this...

Keeping your Home Safe While Away

Keeping your Home Safe While Away

If you’ve ever been away from your home for a prolonged period, you understand the unique anxiety that can come from uncertainty surrounding your home’s safety. While thoughts often revolve around ovens left on or doors left unlocked, would-be perpetrators of...