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24th Canadian Youth Against Impaired Driving Conference (CYAID)

Your actions can affect the lives of others in ways you cannot imagine. CAA Saskatchewan is a proud sponsor of the 24th annual Canadian Youth Against Impaired Driving (CYAID) conference which will be held from May 15 to 17 at the University of Regina. At the CYAID conference, participants and advisors can network, gain new information, share knowledge and become inspired to provide programming within their own schools and communities. This year’s conference offers an interesting program that features inspirational speakers and dynamic presentations. Working together to improve driving safety is a priority for CAA Saskatchewan. Read More.


Saskatoon Cycles, a non-profit, volunteer-led organization advocates for a city in which cycling is a viable, year-round mode of transportation that is safe and convenient for all ages. “Study after study has shown that separated bike lanes are the best choice for downtown roads to increase the level of safety, not only for those that choose to cycle but motorists and pedestrians as well,” explains Sean Shaw, Better Bike Lanes Coordinator and  member of the Saskatoon Cycles Board of Directors. “Providing better bike lanes results in more commuters choosing to cycle instead of driving because they feel safer on our busy downtown streets, which in turn increases the room for those who choose to drive,” states Shaw. The group has been working since last fall on an online campaign to raise awareness and support for their Better Bike Lanes project. Read more

Read more articles in this section: CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree 2014

Nothing Beats Summer in Saskatchewan!

And who better to remind us of the wonderful splendour of Saskatchewan than Caitlin Taylor, our very own Saskatchewanderer! CAA Saskatchewan is proud to be back as one of the valued returning sponsors. The main purpose of the Saskatchewanderer is to showcase the many great places to live, work and play in our province. The Saskatchewanderer program, supported by the Ministries of Parks, Culture, and Sport; Economy; Agriculture; and Tourism Saskatchewan, was expanded to a one-year pilot project. Previously, the Wanderer was hired from May to September and covered the many summer events and activities happening in Saskatchewan. Read more

Read more articles in the Lifestyles section: North American Indigenous Games 2014 - July 20 to 27 - Regina

Regina Folk Festival, August 8 to 10, Victoria Park, Regina

Saskatchewan Summer Star Party 2014, August 21 to 24, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Rock 102 FM Show & Shine Weekend, August 22 to 24, Saskatoon

Lobstick ProAm Golf Tournament, August 25 to 27, Waskesiu Golf Course, Prince Albert National Park