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Month: July 2016

Summer Driving Safety Tips

More fatalities occur on Canadian roads during the summer months than at any other time of year. Whether you’re driving to the beach for the day, travelling to the cottage or going on a road-trip, we encourage you to put

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4 myths about minor Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions, have been regular topics in the news, sports, and entertainment. Even with the public awareness of these injuries, many people do not have a clear understanding of what constitutes a traumatic brain injury. Here

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2 motorcyclists seriously injured by alleged drunk driver

Motorcyclists who are sharing the roadway with other motorists are often at the mercy of those other drivers. When an impaired driver shares the road with the motorcyclist, disaster can occur. An accident that occurred on June 19 seriously injured

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I was hit by a car on my bicycle: what happens now?

A cyclist runs a risk of being struck by a vehicle and severely injured when sharing the road with cars. Bicyclists who have been struck by motorists can face significant challenges. Unlike drivers, cyclists are not required to have insurance

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PROM – Safety Tips

This time of year is very exciting for graduating high school students. Prom is a day many look forward to. It’s supposed to be the perfect night – but it could all end in an instant. Based on teenage impaired

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Motorcyclists should be familiar with some basic statistics

Motorcyclists in New Brunswick are probably already familiar with the graduated licensing program that went into effect in April 2015. That program is the direct result of some shocking information about how big of a risk motorcyclists take each time

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