News Releases

News Releases



Protect Your Personal Identity While Supporting Your Community

CAA Saskatchewan and Crown Shred & Recycling have scheduled a confidential document shredding and electronics recycling day. It will take place on Saturday, September 25, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Crown Shred & Recycling, 225-6th Avenue East, Regina. All monetary proceeds from the event will be donated to the Regina Food Bank. Here’s how it works:

Motorists, Let’s Drive Safe this Labour Day Long Weekend

It’s sad to say farewell to summer. However, the final long weekend of the summer is fast approaching. For many Saskatchewan families this means road trip time. Here are some valuable driving tips from CAA to help all motorists and their families stay safe. Before you drive:

As Saskatchewan Students Return to School, CAA Reminds All Road Users to Please Be Alert.

Saskatchewan students will be returning to their classrooms starting Wednesday, September 1. Pedestrian, cyclist, and vehicle traffic will be on the increase in our school zones. According to CAA’s Vanora Gagnier, “It’s time to talk with our children about their safe routes to school, whether they’re walking, cycling, being bused or driven by family or friends.” 

The Access Communications Labour Day Show N Shine is back for its 14th year

Regina, SK – Access Communications Co-operative has once again partnered with the Collectors Car Club of Saskatchewan to bring car enthusiasts an event to remember, all in support of the Regina Food Bank. A fun event for all ages, the show consistently draws 500 exhibitors and over 5,000 attendees – making it the largest car show in Southern Saskatchewan.

CAA Offers Top 5 Tips to Drivers and Cyclists on Sharing the Road

As Canada hits peak cycling season, the Canadian Automobile Association has launched a new national public education campaign encouraging drivers and cyclists to share the road safely. Drivers and cyclists are sometimes seen at odds, but all road users are at their best when following the rules of the road.

Summer Road Trip or Backyard Bliss? Whatever You Decide, CAA Says Let’s Keep Safety Top Of Mind

Summer is a very enjoyable season in Saskatchewan. There’s so much to see and do, no matter if you’re packing up for a family road trip or planning summer activities in your backyard. CAA Saskatchewan has some valuable tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe this summer.

Results of CAA’s School Zone Safety Assessment at Regina’s St. Kateri Tekakwitha School and École Harbour Landing

On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, a CAA School Zone Safety Assessment was conducted at two Regina elementary schools, St. Kateri Tekakwitha, 4415 James Hill Road and École Harbour Landing, 4419 James Hill Road. The assessment took place before school from 8:00 to 9:15 a.m. and after school from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.

May 2021 is Proclaimed as CAA School Safety Patrol Month

The month of May has been proclaimed by the Honourable Dustin Duncan, Minister of Education, as 

Share the Road Cycling Coalition Announces Latest Bicycle Friendly Community Awards

13 communities recognized for their efforts to support the growing interest in cycling For more than a decade, Share the Road Cycling Coalition (STR) has been running the Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) award program, which provides communities with a comprehensive roadmap to evaluate current conditions for cycling, and guidance to foster safe bikeable communities for all ages and abilities.

CAA’s Slow Down Move Over Day Social Media Campaign Promotes Safety for Highway Workers

May 11th, 2021 is CAA Slow Down Move Over Day, a national day of safety in observance and recognition of first responders working on our highways, including tow truck operators, police officers, paramedics, fire department crews, construction workers, and highway patrol staff.