MADD Canada

MADD Canada

November 26, 2009 13:01 ET

Updated Alcohol, Trauma and Impaired Driving Report Now Available

New resource from MADD Canada, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse offers fully referenced compendium on alcohol/drug consumption and impaired driving.

Attention: News Editor, Transportation Editor OAKVILLE/ONTARIO/MEDIA ADVISORY--(Marketwire - Nov. 26, 2009) - Reporters and writers now have a new resource to turn to when looking for comprehensive statistics and information about alcohol and drug consumption patterns, impaired driving and other related trauma. MADD Canada is pleased to announce the release of the 4th edition of the Alcohol, Trauma and Impaired Driving report.

Alcohol, Trauma and Impaired Driving is a must-have resource for media, policymakers, researchers and members of the general public who are concerned with current trends in alcohol-related trauma. The new edition is broader in scope than previous versions, with a significantly expanded section on the Canadian data on alcohol consumption and youth trauma, more provincial and territorial information, and increased coverage of enforcement-related issues.

The report is published by MADD Canada, with assistance from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, and is available on the MADD Canada web site at www.madd.ca.

/For further information: For more information, or to receive a printed copy of Alcohol, Trauma and Impaired Driving, please contact:
Deb Kelly, MADD Canada Communications Manager at 905-829-8805 / 1-800-665-6233, ext 240 or dkelly@madd.ca.

Additional Note to Media:
The release of Alcohol, Trauma and Impaired Driving precedes the upcoming publication of MADD Canada’s Rating the Provinces and Territories – The 2009 Report Card, which will be released on December 2. Press conferences will be held in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton and Halifax to release Rating the Provinces and Territories: The 2009 Report Card to the media and the public. Location details will be provided shortly.
/ IN: JUSTICE, SOCIAL, TRANSPORT

Contact Information

  • Deb Kelly, Communications Manager, MADD Canada
    Primary Phone: 905-829-8805 ext. 240
    Toll-Free: 800-665-6233