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This section contains simplified and original versions of traffic law, as well as resources on safe driving.
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Selected Titles From The BearPaw Library

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Honouring our spirit - MADD (Mothers against Drunk Driving) ; in partnership with Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Call Number: 362.292089 MAD 2008
Publication Date: 2008
"An original documentary exploring unresolved trauma and grief in the Aboriginal community. MADD Canada, in partnership with Native Counselling Services of Alberta, traveled across Western Canada to find out how individuals and communities can reach out for support after losing a loved one to impaired driving or suffering life-changing injuries. From the mountainous landscapes of the Sto:Lo First Nation to an Art Studio in Saddle Lake, Alberta, Honouring our spirit opens up the discussion on healthy grieving and a future where all Spirits soar."

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Traffic - Native Counselling Services of Alberta. Bearpaw Media Productions
Call Number: 343.0971 TRA
Publication Date: 2007
"If you have ever received a traffic ticket this video will help you navigate through the complex maze. This fast paced, humorous program follows the journeys of Kayden and Marcus as the face their fear of fines and deal with the court system."

 

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Getting MADD With Drunk Drivers

"With nearly 20 million cars and trucks on our roads, automobiles have become a fact of life for Canadians. But our reliance on them comes at a cost. Over the past 50 years nearly 200,000 Canadians have died in traffic accidents — more than were killed in both world wars combined. In addition, despite vastly improved safety measures automobile accidents continue to be a major cause of death of younger Canadians. CBC Archives takes a look at the long, slow road to improved traffic safety."

 

Alberta's New Impaired Driving Law: Fact Versus Fiction

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