Driving high: How marijuana impairs driving

National Safe Driving Week (December 1-7) is here, and Young Drivers of Canada will be joining the Canadian Safety council to promote safe driving habits. As Canadians prepare for the legalization of marijuana – and a possible increase in cannabis use among Canadians – it’s important to understand the dangers of driving while under the […]

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National Teen Driver Safety Week: What you should know

What it’s all about For the fifth year in a row, Young Drivers of Canada will be joining community organizations across Canada to promote National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW). Designed to create awareness of the safety issues facing teen drivers and to promote a proactive solution to those challenges, NTDSW will run from October […]

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National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims

Remember when you first learned to drive? It was a huge part of every person’s life. It meant freedom to come and go as you please. It even meant the chance of getting a job because the job required you to have a driver’s license. With this freedom came responsibility. Abuse of this responsibility means […]

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