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National Day of Rememberance for Road Crash Victims
108,213*
1,412*
Remember, 6 persons die every day on Canada's roads

NATIONAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE FOR ROAD CRASH VICTIMS

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Thank you!

Thank you to our 2013 partner organizations. Your involvement ensured the success of our first annual vigil walk and exhibition for the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims.

We are grateful to the following individuals whose personal experiences serve to highlight the importance of the day: Councillor Keith Egli, CACP Traffic Committee Chair and OPP Deputy Commander Larry Beechey, MADD Canada's president Angeliki Souranis, and perhaps most notably guest speaker Alain Gareau for sharing their stories and their experiences of the impacts of road crashes on our lives and the lives of our friends, families, and communities. We would also like to thank the City of Ottawa, MADD Canada, Transport Canada, the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, OPP, RCMP, Ottawa Paramedic Service, Ottawa Police Service, Ottawa Fire Services, OC Transpo, CAA, Arrive Alive, IPromise, National Defence Road Safety, Right Bike, Citizens for Safe Cycling, EnviroCentre, Parachute, Walk Ottawa, and LifeSafer.

Let's continue to work together to make Canadian roads safer for everyone.



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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.