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CCMTA Annual Awards Program


CCMTA 2017 Award recipients. From left: Sgt. Mike Hinsperger of the Ontario Police Commercial Vehicle Committee; Kwei Quaye, outgoing Chair of the Drivers and Vehicles Program Committee; Steve Loutitt, 2016-2017 CCMTA Board Chair; Kim Benjamin, CCMTA Vice-Chair, and Director General Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation with Transport Canada, on behalf of Transport Canada award recipient Brian Orbine; Wendy Doyle, outgoing Chair of the Road Safety Research and Policies Committee and CCMTA Board member Heidi Francis.


Submission dealine: March 16, 2018

CCMTA's annual awards program highlights the work of outstanding individuals and organizations that support our vision.

Click here to download the CCMTA 2017 Awards Programme Booklet

The award categories include: 

Road Safety Award
In 2017, CCMTA introduced a new award to highlight the achievements and contributions of members and associates in helping to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on our roads. The CCMTA Road Safety Award will celebrate outstanding individuals, teams and organizations whose work is aligned with the CCMTA vision and Canada's Road Safety Strategy 2025: Towards Zero, the safest roads in the world.

Jennie Howie Government Member Award

Sean McAlister Service Recognition Award

Distinguished Service Award

Police Partnership Award

Police Partnership Award

Distracted Driving is a serious and complex road safety issue and a top priority for CCMTA. The 2018 Police Partnership award will honour police partnership activities focused on efforts to reduce fatalities and serious injuries due to distracted driving. All submissions are welcome but in particular we are seeking submissions describing activities and initiatives to address distracted driving, including the lessons learned and results from those efforts. Submissions should reflect the collaborative interaction of the police community with local, regional, provincial, territorial, or national highway safety partners, either in government or the private sector to address distracted driving.

As a component of Canada's Road Safety Strategy 2025 - Towards Zero: The safest roads in the world, this annual award encourages the police, road safety partners and the public to “Rethink Road Safety”.

The CCMTA Police Partnership Award was introduced in 2006 to honour the achievements and service of active individual police officers, or units in developing key relationships with private or government sector agencies involved in highway transportation safety at the local, regional, provincial/territorial or national level. It recognizes police efforts that build partnerships in support of strategies which reduce injury and death due to road crashes.