This long weekend, approximately 12 Canadians will be killed and 522 Canadians injured due to impaired driving. Enjoy the long weekend, Don't Drive Impaired! If you suspect someone may be driving impaired, call 911!
MADD Lunenburg-Queens became a Chapter in 2003. Since that time we have endeavored to bring the message of responsible driving to all citizens of Lunenburg and Queens. Our mission is: "To stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime."
MADD Lunenburg-Queens Red Ribbon Launch pictures.
TADD President Cassidy Pye and MADD National President Denise Dubyk hand out ribbons as a reminder to drive sober.
MADD Lunenburg-Queens Poster Contest Winners 2011
See the other winners in our Annual Poster Contest. Photo Gallery
MADD Canada hopes the MADD red ribbon not only reminds people to drive sober, but also serves as a reminder of everyone’s responsibility to call 911 if they see a suspected impaired driver. Call 911 and report impaired drivers to police and you will be making a meaningful contribution to reducing impaired driving deaths and injuries on our roads.