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National Day of Rememberance for Road Crash Victims
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Remember, 5 people die on Canada's roads every day.

NATIONAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE FOR ROAD CRASH VICTIMS 2014

National Event | Glenn Gould Studio | Toronto


Watch the video from our 2013 event held in Ottawa

The Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) is the steward of the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims (NDRRCV) campaign and is planning a national event to commemorate the day on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario.

The 2014 National Event will be held at the Glenn Gould Studio
(250 Front Street) in Toronto, Ontario. Glenn Gould Studio and the CBC Building will provide ample parking for this event. There are additional public parking facilities in close proximity to the venue as well.

In addition, the venue can be accessed via the TTC (disembark at St. Andrews Station) and the GO Train (disembark at Union Station). The Glenn Gould Studio is a 5-minute walk from Union Station.

This event is open to the public. Anyone who is interested in attending is welcome to participate. There is no fee to attend.

Additionally, NDRRCV Community Partners and road-safety advocacy groups are encouraged to attend either as a participant or an exhibitor. Click here for more information on becoming an exhibitor.

Schedule of Events

10:00

Community Partner Exhibition

11:00

Procession & Formal Address, Victim Impact Satements

11:45

Moment of Silence & Vigil

12:00

Reception & Community Partner Exhibition

13:00

Event Close


For more information

For event related information, please contact:

Patricia Simpson, Manager of Events, CCMTA
613-736-1003 x 265  PSimpson@ccmta.ca

For media inquiries, please contact:

Eileen Melnick McCarthy, Director of Communications, CCMTA
613-736-1003 x 260 EMelnick@ccmta.ca

 

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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.