Tuesday, August 14, 2018

MADD Canada Statement on Ontario’s Proposed Buck a Beer Policy

Oakville, ON (MADD Canada) Lowering the price of alcohol carries implications and risks for public safety. Lower alcohol prices can lead to increased consumption, particularly among those with alcohol problems, and among young people, and that increased consumption can in turn lead to increased alcohol-related problems, including impaired driving. The impact extends beyond the price of a beer. There should not be any government tax incentives to reduce the cost of alcohol.

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Community Column by Don Butt (August 2018)

Town of Mono, ON (Don Butt) Reading the little news letter sent out by the Ministry of Transportation, I realized how many changes there have been to the Highway Traffic Act and regulations for drivers lately. Many of these I have already mentioned but it won’t hurt to review them.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Community Column by Don Butt (June 2018)

Town of Mono, ON (Don Butt) This month I would like to talk about Road Safety from a different source. We don’t usually promote other Organizations but since this one is a non-profit like ours I would like to mention them here. The CAA (Canadian Automobile Assoc.) does a lot work on road safety.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Simple Tips to Protect Yourself from Data Breaches

(NC) With businesses from credit score reporting companies to popular ride-sharing services reporting data breaches in 2017, many consumers are worried their personal information isn't safe. If you're concerned about the safety of your financial information, take some time to learn more about data breaches and how to protect yourself.