A new study shows motorcyclists are three times more likely to get into an accident compared to automobile drivers.
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By: Kylie Vaillancourt The Canadian Automobile Association is looking to create an educational program to warn about marijuana-impaired driving. This after a recent poll found two-thirds of Canadians said that they’re worried about road safety once the drug is legalized. Niagara’s CAA Public Relations Coordinator Alex Pedersen said that the program aims to get the
By Chelsea Howard More than 50 per cent of Torontonians said that the Gardiner Expressway needs to go, a recent Forum poll shows. Of those people, 27 per cent said it should be replaced with a tunneled roadway, 13 per cent want a surface roadway, and the remaining 12 per cent want parts town down according
By Kerrisa Wilson and Therese Jastrzebski The holidays are nearly here, and police forces across Ontario are kicking off the season with new RIDE programs. Throughout the province, police forces are expanding efforts to curb impaired driving, going beyond simply erecting checkpoints. Humber News reporter Kerrisa Wilson has more on the launch. [youtube id=”xH_FN-MNZ54″ width=”620″