News Releases

News Releases



Week Three of CAA’s Worst Roads Campaign: We Need to Hear From You! Nominate and Vote for Your Worst Road

Saskatchewan motorists, cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians have until April 27th to nominate and vote for the worst roads they have travelled on. Worst roads have potholes, crumbling and fractured pavement, lack of infrastrucure for safe use by all road users, and poor or no signage.

The New Saskatchewanderer Is Ready To Take On 2021

Musician, adventurer, educator and content creator Felipe Gomez has been announced as the 2021 Saskatchewanderer.

Poor Roads Cost Canadians $3 Billion Annually: CAA Study

OTTAWA – Canadians are paying $3 billion every year in higher vehicle operating costs due to poor road infrastructure, says a new study by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

CAA’s Safety Reminders for Family Day and the February School Break

The Family Day holiday on Monday, February 15th leads into a week-long school break that offers time for family fun and activities.

$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.