Developed by the Canadian Safety Council, the Canadian National Road Safety Week (NRSW) is one of many campaigns focused on traffic safety throughout the year. Taking place annually, every May, NRSW is the kick off to the busy summer season, revitalizing commitment to traffic safety prior to one of the most dangerous driving seasons.
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One week after new Alberta impaired driving laws came into effect, an impaired driver killed a 16-year old Edmonton girl, crossing the street, in a marked crosswalk. Bill C-46, or Alberta Administrative License Suspension, imposes a two-stage suspension on drivers caught driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.