Cariati Blog

08 Aug 2018

Seventeen Die as U.S. Tour Boat Capsizes

Recently, seventeen people died and seven were injured when a popular tour boat attraction overturned in a fierce storm in the vacation town of Branson, Missouri. A detailed article about…

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27 Jul 2018

MADD Canada: Education Crucial to Stop Impaired Driving

In a recent article, officials from Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada stated efforts to reduce impaired driving in Canada will require a combination of legislation, enforcement and education. Police in…

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19 Jul 2018

Toronto Considers Lane Filtering at Red Lights to Increase Motorcycle Safety

Currently, the City of Toronto is studying a rule change that would allow motorcyclists to move between lanes of traffic while stopped at red lights. The city hopes the change…

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10 Jul 2018

Mario Cariati Appears on Breakfast Television to Discuss Collision Tips

Have you ever been in an accident and didn’t know what to do? Collisions happen every day and even a minor fender-bender can be a nerve-wracking experience. “The most important…

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28 Jun 2018

City of Mississaugua Proposes Major Cycling Improvements

On Wednesday, members of the General Committee endorsed the 2018 Cycling Master Plan. This is an important step because bicycle riding is on the rise in Canada and has doubled…

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22 Jun 2018

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

June is brain injury awareness month in Canada. According to Brain Injury Canada, over one million people in Canada are living with a brain injury ­– a number that increases…

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20 Jun 2018

Ontario’s 2018 Boating Season Has Begun – Boat Safely

With summer around the corner, many people will soon enjoy time out on the water in their boats and personal watercrafts. Unfortunately, this popular summer activity can be dangerous if…

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31 May 2018

Ellen’s Law at One Year: Little Has Changed

The CBC notes that it has been a year since Ellen’s Law—designed to protect bicyclists from collisions with automobiles—has passed. In that year, many say that very little has changed…

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23 May 2018

Victoria Day Weekend Marks Beginning of Trauma Season for Ontario’s Emergency First Responders

According to healthcare workers and emergency first responders, Victoria Day weekend—widely considered the first opportunity for Ontario residents to go outside and enjoy warmer weather—marks the beginning of what they…

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18 May 2018

2018 Could Mark Record Pedestrian and Cyclist Deaths in Toronto

Despite joining other cities in the “Vision Zero Pledge” nearly two years ago, Toronto authorities recently announced that 2018 may be the city’s deadliest year for both pedestrians and cyclists….

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