MADD Canada

MADD Canada

December 01, 2009 11:31 ET

Reminder: MADD Canada rates provinces and territories on impaired driving laws

Attention: Assignment Editor, City Editor, News Editor, Government/Political Affairs Editor TORONTO/ONTARIO/MEDIA ADVISORY--(Marketwire - Dec. 1, 2009) - Which provinces are at the head of the class when it comes to impaired driving laws, and which are failing to make the grade? Find out on December 2 when MADD Canada releases its report on provincial and territorial progress on impaired driving legislative reform.

The Honourable Jim Bradley, Ontario Minister of Transportation will join MADD Canada for the release of its 2009 Rating the Provinces and Territories Report.

Event: MADD Canada's Rating the Provinces and Territories: The 2009 Report
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Time: 9 a.m.
Location: Queen's Park Media Studio
Main Legislative Building, Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario

Minister of Transportation Jim Bradley, MADD Canada Chief Executive Officer Andrew Murie and other MADD Canada representatives will be available to speak with the media.

The Rating the Provinces and Territories Report provides jurisdictions with information on realistic and effective measures they can adopt to substantially reduce impaired driving. The study serves as the basis for MADD Canada's ongoing discussions with the provincial and territorial governments on the critical role that they can play to address impaired driving.
/For further information: Deb Kelly, MADD Canada Communications Manager, 905-829-8805 / 1-800-665-6233, ext. 240 or

Additional note:
Press conferences are also taking place in Halifax, Montreal and Edmonton to release the report and highlight regional results. For information these events, contact Deb Kelly at 905-829-8805 / 1-800-665-6233, ext. 240.

Contact Information

  • Deb Kelly, Communications Manager, MADD Canada
    Primary Phone: 905-829-8805 ext. 240