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AB
NOV
20
Tsuu T'ina SADD Chapter NDR
When: Wednesday November 20, 2013 @ 10:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m.
Where: Tsuu T'ina High School
Contact: Stacy Favel-Prince, 403-861-5813
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Event Description: Awareness campaign to students in the Junior and High School
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AB
NOV
19
NDRRCV Moment of Silence
When: Tuesday November 19, 2013 @ 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Where: Northwest Alberta
Contact: Judy 780-618-6826
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Event Description: Various organizations, high schools and radio stations will announce the event and ask for individuals to honor the road crash victims by honoring a moment of silence throughout the day.
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AB
NOV
19
Car Seat Check
When: Tuesday November 19, 2013 @ 9:30am to 12 noon
Where: 600Blk 162Ave. SW Calgary
Contact: Cst. Jim Lebedeff , jlebedeff@calgarypolice.ca
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Event Description: Will have a moment of silence at a Car Seat Check( ensuring children are restrained properly) for crash victims, weather permitting.
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AB
NOV
18
Sober Walk
When: Monday November 18, 2013 @ AM
Where: Piikani Nation
Contact: Tammy 403-650-8649
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Event Description: In conjunction with National Addiction Awareness Week, and in celebration of NDR, Piikani Nation has planned a SOBER WALK and impaired driving presentation.
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AB
NOV
18
Piikani NDR Activities
When: Monday November 18, 2013 @ 11 a.m.
to Wednesday, November 20, 2013 @ 11 a.m.
Where: Piikani Nation
Contact: Kellie LeBlanc
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Event Description: Nov 18, 2013 - Sobriety and NDR Community walk, Speakers and Presentations; Nov. 20, 2013 an Awareness Check Stop.
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AB
NOV
15
Providing a commemeration newspaper article to local area residents.
When: Friday November 15, 2013
to Thursday, November 21, 2013
Where: Parkland County, City of Spruce Grove and Town of Stony Plain.
Contact: Name, phone number (999) 000-1235
Website: www.sprucegroveexaminer.com/
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Event Description: Provided an article to the Spruce Grove Examiner/Stony Plain Reporter in commeration of the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims. The communities of Parkland County, City of Spruce Grove and Town of Stony Plain will have opportunity to learn more about this important event as well as taking a moment to Remember.
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ON
OCT
20
4th Annual Day of Remembrance for Fallen Riders
When: Sunday October 20, 2013 @ 12:00
Where: Kinsmen Park, Hwy#6, Port Dover
Contact: Holly Ralph
Website: canmocycle.ca
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Event Description: The 4th annual event will be hosted by the CMA. All riders are welcome and a lunch meeting will be held after the event in Port Dover. "arrive alive-Drive Sober T-Shirts will be made available in limited quantities. Future annual events will be held on the first Sunday following 'Thanksgiving Weekend' allowing for better weather conditions for riding.
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QC
NOV
25
OSE REGARDER ! Marche solidaire et moment d'intériorité
When: Sunday November 25, 2012 @ 11:00 to 12:00
Where: Aire de stationnement Chaudières (Boulevard de Lucerne), Gatineau
Contact: Miguel A. Sancha, 1-819-778-1282
Website: relaisauchene.blogspot.ca/
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Event Description: Journée nationale du souvenir des victimes de la route 2012

OSE REGARDER !
Marche solidaire et moment d’intériorité

La Mission auprès des jeunes adultes de l’Archidiocèse de Gatineau rendra un hommage aux jeunes victimes de la route par le biais d’une marche solidaire et un moment d’intériorité le dimanche 25 novembre 2012.
Nous allons rendre hommage aux membres de nos familles décédés ou blessés, à nos amis et concitoyens canadiens victimes de la route.
Portez la couleur orange (un ruban, un gilet)

• Lieu de rassemblement et point de départ de la marche solidaire (1,4 km):
Aire de stationnement Champlain (Boulevard de Lucerne jonction Pont Champlain).
Accueil, mot de bienvenue, remise d'un ruban orange (couleur utilisée dans les chantiers routiers). Départ de la marche solidaire portant des photos de bornes de mémoire de la région de l'Outaouais.

• Lieu pour l’hommage aux jeunes victimes de la route et moment d’intériorité:
Aire de stationnement Chaudières Boulevard de Lucerne)
Remise de chandelles representant les victimes de la route cette année. Proclamation des noms des jeunes victimes de la route. Moment d'intériorité. Prière.

• Quand :
Dimanche, 25 novembre 2012

• Heure :
De 11h00 à midi.
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AB
NOV
21
!MPACT- Honour Road Crash Victims by Driving Responsibly
When: Wednesday November 21, 2012 @ 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Where: Fort McMurray- MacDonald Island Park/ Suncor Community Leisure Centre
Contact: Nancy Stammers 780-717-4265
Website: www.roadsafetywb.ca www.safecommunitywb.ca www.saferoads.com
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Event Description: - !MPACT Display (photo & story montage of local people impacted by a collision)
- Road safety display, interactive activities and handout information focusing on impaired, speed, occupant restraints, and young drivers.
- Memorial corner highlighting the Road Safety Wood Buffalo committee's tribute to road crash victims in Borealis Park- memorial monument, bench and tree. 'Honour the victims of road crashes by driving responsibly'
- RIDD (Report Impaired Drivers) awareness and follow up to last year's campaign launch
- Launch 'How Could This Happen To Me' Campaign- a visual mobile display educating the public on their role and responsibilities to safer roads.

Event Coordination: Road Safety Wood Buffalo Committee (committee stakeholders include Alberta Transportation Office of Traffic Safety, Safe Community Wood Buffalo, RCMP, CPO's, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Mammoet, Canadian Paraplegic Association, Fort McMurray Catholic School District, Fort McMurray Public School District, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Sheriff Highway Patrol, Alberta Health Services, FM Victim Services, Shell Canada Energy, Probation, Alberta Brain Injury Network)
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AB
NOV
21
!MPACT- Honour Road Crash Victims by Driving Responsibly
When: Wednesday November 21, 2012 @ 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Where: Fort McMurray- MacDonald Island Park/ Suncor Community Leisure Centre
Contact: Nancy Stammers 780-717-4265
Website: www.roadsafetywb.ca www.safecommunitywb.ca www.saferoads.com
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Event Description: - !MPACT Display (photo & story montage of local people impacted by a collision)
- Road safety display, interactive activities and handout information focusing on impaired, speed, occupant restraints, and young drivers.
- Memorial corner highlighting the Road Safety Wood Buffalo committee's tribute to road crash victims in Borealis Park- memorial monument, bench and tree. 'Honour the victims of road crashes by driving responsibly'
- RIDD (Report Impaired Drivers) awareness and follow up to last year's campaign launch
- Launch 'How Could This Happen To Me' Campaign- a visual mobile display educating the public on their role and responsibilities to safer roads.

Event Coordination: Road Safety Wood Buffalo Committee (committee stakeholders include Alberta Transportation Office of Traffic Safety, Safe Community Wood Buffalo, RCMP, CPO's, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Mammoet, Canadian Paraplegic Association, Fort McMurray Catholic School District, Fort McMurray Public School District, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Sheriff Highway Patrol, Alberta Health Services, FM Victim Services, Shell Canada Energy, Probation, Alberta Brain Injury Network)
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* Source: Transport Canada statistics, 2009. DISCLAIMER: The number of yearly fatalities on Canada's roads and highways fluctuates from year to year and the figure is only an approximation, used for the purpose of clarity and to simplify the message of the volume of casualties. It is based on approximately 2,200 in 2009, and this number may change as Transport Canada receives updated statistics for 2010.