CCMTA 2014 Fall Newsletter

Our Fall 2014 newsletter, @CCMTA includes recent activities, decisions and work in progress.

CCMTA Year in Review 2013

Innovation and Collaboration: The Roadmap to Success

Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics 2011

The year 2011 saw much fewer motor vehicle casualty collisions in Canada, as evidenced by the continued downward trend in fatalities and serious injuries.

The Road Safety Monitor 2013: Drinking and Driving in Canada

The Traffic Injury Research Foundation has released a fact sheet that summarizes national results from The Road Safety Monitor, 2013, on drinking and driving in Canada.

Upcoming events

2014-11-04

Delta Ottawa City Centre
Ottawa, Canada

2014-12-01

Westin Hotel / Ottawa Convention Centre
Ottawa, Canada

Life-saving initiatives, more than safe driving

 

National day of remembrance for road crash victims
 

National day of remembrance for road crash victims

The National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims in Canada is a day set aside to remember people killed or seriously injured on Canadian road, often in avoidable collisions, and those left to deal with the sudden and unexpected loss of those they love.

Leave the phone alone
 

Leave the phone alone

Rethink the way you drive. Take the pledge today.

Canada's road safety strategy 2015
 

Canada's road safety strategy 2015

In Canada, responsibility for road safety is divided among various levels of government. This responsibility underscores the need for collaboration and cooperation in the development of road safety strategies to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on Canada's roadways.