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Weed Out the Risks

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Jun 20
By Stephanie M.Within the last decade, there have been an increasing amount of campaigns directed towards the awareness of the dangers of drunk driving. These campaigns have been successful by educating people of the fatal consequences drunk driving can cause. If you ask any teen, almost all will admit to

Bike Safety Month 2017

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May 16
By Emily C.            Biker safety month 2017 takes place between May 29th and the end of June. Since there is much controversy in the area of bikes and vehicles sharing the road together, Ontario is taking on the Biker Safety Month initiative. Not only is this for adult bikers sharing

Simple Ways to Increase Your Pedestrian Safety

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May 15
By Emily C. “Look both ways when you cross the street!” is a phrase we have all been familiar with since we were little. Seems pretty simple. But the statistics for pedestrian injuries and fatalities is high even knowing this simple task. Approximately 4100 pedestrians died in the US in

Drowsy Driving is Reckless Driving

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Jul 06
Drowsy Driving is Reckless Driving By Sarah Marie H. I never knew the true impact of drowsy driving, until I experienced it myself. It all started last year when I was in driving school. I was excited to get behind the wheel to practice my skills. The night before my

Learning to Drive

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Jul 06
Learning to Drive By Nero My experience with driving has always been very simple. I lived away from home and only drove on occasion when I travelled back to see my parents. I decided to move back home to save money and cut costs – ugh student life. With school being so far