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Younger Canadians making dangerous choices when it comes to cannabis and driving, CAA finds

December 27, 2019 Ottawa – One quarter of younger Canadians (aged 18-34) say they have driven high or have travelled in a vehicle with a high driver, according to new research from the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), pointing to the need for more public education.

Majority of Canadians unaware of new air traveller rights

Majority of Canadians unaware of new air traveller rights Ottawa – More than half (56%) of Canadians still don’t know they have new rights as air travellers, according to research released today by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

CAA Saskatchewan Home & Away from Home Holiday Safety Tips

Whether you and your family plan to celebrate the holidays at home or away from home, here are some safety tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe. Home for the Holidays Safety Tips:

CAA’s Advice to Help You Drive Smarter and Safer this Winter

The arrival of colder temperatures means winter snow and ice may be here to stay. Here’s what you need to know to help you drive smarter and safer this winter. Vehicles:

Thanksgiving Weekend Safe Driving Tips from CAA

Many Saskatchewan families are planning for the upcoming Thanksgiving long weekend. With the recent snow and slush in some parts of Saskatchewan, it’s important to consider some safe driving practices before heading out for that annual family road trip.

CAA Saskatchewan Halloween Safety Tips

Let’s work together to keep our youngsters safe This Halloween, children’s safety is the focus for CAA Saskatchewan. Safety for pedestrians of all ages can be scary, but on Halloween night, it can become a little scarier and more unsafe, considering the increased pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Here are a few Halloween safety tips from CAA: See and be Seen: 

CAA’s September Focus: School Zone Safety

CAA’s September’s focus is on safety in school zones as thousands of Saskatchewan students will be starting a new school year. A search on Transport Canada’s National Collision Database, whose latest data is from 2017, revealed that nationally, the highest number of pedestrian deaths for children under the age of 14 is in the month of September.

AUGUST CAMPAIGN FOR REGINA FOOD BANK In support of Access Communications Show N Shine

CAA Saskatchewan has teamed up with Regina businesses to help increase Regina Food Bank (RFB) donations of non-perishable or canned food items. From August 1 to 29, Regina Food Bank donation bins will be set up at the following businesses:

First wave of new air passenger rights implemented today

Ottawa – Canadian air passengers become eligible for up to $2,400 if they are bumped from a flight, but for access to the full suite of passenger rights, air travellers will have to wait until December. The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), advocates of the Canadian traveller, encourages passengers to get familiar with the new rules to ensure they are treated fairly.