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Vehicle & Road Safety

The Canada Safety Council is a proud advocate of safety for road users of all kinds. Whether you’re a cyclist, a motorcyclist, a pedestrian, a motorist, a truck driver, another class of road user or a combination of these, road safety is a shared responsibility. Read on for tips, stats, and more information about our nationally recognized driver training programs, which include the Defensive Driving Course, the Professional Driving Improvement Course, the Gearing Up Motorcycle Training Program and more.

 

 

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Not a Part-Time Responsibility

Not a Part-Time Responsibility

 December 1 - 7 is National Safe Driving Week. Driving is a task that demands the driver’s complete attention. The unexpected can happen in moments, meaning that even a second of extra reaction time can make the difference between an avoided collision and a potential...

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It’s Not Worth the Risk!

It’s Not Worth the Risk!

Risk factors are everywhere in our day-to-day lives. Some risks are manageable, some are questionable… and some just simply aren’t worth the risk. To mark National Road Safety Week, May 18 – 24, the Canada Safety Council and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of...

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