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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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Navigating Wildlife Encounters on the Road

Navigating Wildlife Encounters on the Road

Picture this: you’re driving down the road on a quiet summer evening. The trees lining the path are swaying with a soft seasonal breeze. Suddenly and without warning, an animal jumps into the roadway, directly in your path. Do you know what to do? This year, National...

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Keeping Motorcyclists Safe on the Road

Keeping Motorcyclists Safe on the Road

As the warm breeze of spring invites us to hit the open road, it's crucial for all drivers to remember that we share the streets with a wide variety of vulnerable road users, including motorcyclists. A 2023 report by Statistics Canada, which examined data from the...

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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...

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