News Releases

News Releases



$8,750 in Scholarships From CAA Saskatchewan Available to 2021 Saskatchewan Graduates

At this time of year, many graduating high school students are busy researching and applying for postsecondary scholarships. Since 2006, CAA Saskatchewan has provided annual entrance scholarships to Saskatchewan’s three educational institutions including the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

With Some Students Returning to School This Week, CAA Has Safety Reminders for Motorists, Pedestrians, and Parents.

A recent poll by CAA revealed that speeding, aggressive behaviour, and using a phone topped the list of reported problems. Since September, when compared to the early days of the pandemic, there has been an increase in one or more unsafe driving behaviours. It is important for all road users to keep safety top of mind.

5 Tips for Staying Safe if You Have to Drive This Season

CAA survey reveals top dangerous driving behaviours on the road A majority of Canadians say dangerous driving has been increasing recently, a timely warning for those on the road for essential trips this holiday season, according to the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

Home for the Holidays Safety Messages From CAA Saskatchewan

This past year, work and school schedules have been interrupted, and many of us are staying at home more. With the approaching holiday season, ideas are circulating about how to deck the halls while keeping safe and having peace of mind. By focusing on family safety, holiday memories can still be enjoyable and festive. CAA has some safety messages for those celebrating the holidays at home.

Are You Ready for Winter? Let CAA Help Winterize Your Ride

The colder temperatures, sprinkling of snow and ice remind us that winter has arrived. To help us survive winter, and winterize our ride, CAA has some important safety reminders. Vehicles: Winter Safety Check List

CAA Launches New Distracted Driving Campaign, #Unpluganddrive

It only takes a second to be distracted. Even just scrolling through your playlist, taking a quick peek at your phone, or adjusting your GPS can put you and others at risk. CAA’s new youth-based distracted driving video campaign, #UNPLUGANDDRIVE, has one clear, simple message: if you are driving, put your phone away.

Planning a Road Trip for the Thanksgiving Long Weekend? Here Are a Few Safety Reminders From CAA

Travelling by car has certainly become more popular. Keeping that in mind, we know our roads and highways will be congested due to increase of traffic for the upcoming Thanksgiving long weekend. it’s important to consider some safe driving practices before the family road trip.

Cannabis-Impaired Driving Still a Significant Issue Among Young Canadians, CAA Finds

One-fifth of 18-24-year-olds – equivalent to over half a million Canadians – say they have driven high or been in a vehicle with a high driver, according to new research from the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released today. The finding points to the need for more public education to make sure everyone understands the risks of driving high, according to Ian Jack, vice president, public affairs at CAA.

CAA Reminds All Road Users to Please Be Alert: Saskatchewan Students Return to School Starting September 8th

Thousands of Saskatchewan students will be returning to their classrooms, starting Tuesday, September 8th . Pedestrian, cyclist, and vehicular traffic will be on the increase in our school zones. According to CAA’s Christine Niemczyk, “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.”

Lack of Proper Infrastructure a Key Barrier to Canadians Cycling More, CAA Finds

Ottawa – Nearly one in three Canadians (31 percent) say they would cycle more if cycling infrastructure was better, according to a poll by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released today. “Proper, permanent infrastructure - such as lanes separated by barriers and connected pathways - are essential to making Canadians feel safer when cycling,” says Ian Jack, vice president of public affairs, CAA National.