In 1998, Canada's road fatality rate was ranked ninth among the 29 member countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Alcohol-related collisions decreased substantially and seatbelt use increased, resulting in many lives saved and injuries prevented.
- Reducing Deaths and Injuries on our Roads
- Fighting the good fight: Impaired Driving in Canada
- Child Passenger Safety and Injury Prevention
- The Pot and Driving Campaign
These materials can raise awareness among young Canadian drivers and their passengers of the risks of cannabis-impaired driving. Resources include a poster of pot-smoking pilots, discussion guide and Q&As.