Year End Message From Pamela Fuselli
Interim CEO, Pamela Fuselli highlights Parachute's 2016 accomplishments.
Government takes action to develop national guidelines for concussion management
Federal Government announces $1.4 million in support of concussion prevention, management and awareness.
Keeping Canadians safe and injury-free
Parachute congratulates a long-standing champion for Safe Communities on his retirement.
Choices interactive film
In honour of National Teen Driver Safety Week, Parachute and its partners debuted Choices, a new interactive film delivered through TimePlay app. Participants can PLEDGE to #GetHomeSafe and help end texting and driving.
Magical Support For National Teen Driver Safety Week
In support of National Teen Driver Safety week, You Tuber Rayn Majic performed some phone magic on random people around Toronto. Our campaign is all about being focused on the road while driving. Please visit www.parachutecanada.org/ntdsw for more info and use the hashtag #GetHomeSafe to support the campaign
The Symptoms of Concussions
What are the symptoms when you have a concussion? Find out by watching this video and be sure to visit: www.parachutecanada.org/concussion for more information.
Vision Zero: The Future of Road Safety Q&A
Find out more about Vision Zero and how it could change the future of road safety.
Stop the Clock
In Canada, preventable injuries kill more youth than all other causes combined. Canada incurs an annual economic burden of $27 billion per year. Find our more at www.parachutecanada.org/costofinjury #CostofInjury