October 18, 2006
Over 600 Canadian schools participate in National Students Against Impaired Driving Day
Toronto, Ontario – Students in more than 600 high schools took part in yesterday’s eighth annual National Students Against Impaired Driving (NSAID) Day. Groups in the schools organized a variety of events including assemblies, demonstrations, games and presentations aimed at promoting safe and sober driving.
“Canadian youth know that impaired driving has to stop,” says Kathy Bardswick, president and CEO of The Co-operators. “We know young Canadians are ready and able to make their streets, schools and communities better and safer places to live and learn.”