News Archives: 2002
OTTAWA – The results of the Direction 2006 “Look, Listen, & Live” 2002 railway safety poster contest are in.
Joe Wawatie, a grade 8 student from Mitchikanibikok Inik, Kitiganik-Rapid Lake, Quebec is the winner of the junior category and 10th graders Sasha Barry and Molli Zack from the Tuesday Night Youth Group at Garden River Health Centre, Garden River, Ontario are the winners of the senior category.… Read More
CHILLIWACK – Two students from Chilliwack’s Chance School – Caylon Sommerville and Biran Moffat — were presented today (Wednesday) with their prize for the winning entry in a school safety poster contest.
The presentation was made by Cst. Darren Dyck of CN Police; Dan Di Tota, National Director of Operation Lifesaver, and Patti Hamilton, coordinator of Block Watch.… Read More
Shown are George Bell, West Coast Express Rail Equipment and Safety Manager; Carolyn Bowne, Regional Director, Transport Canada, Surface Railway Safety; CPR Chief of Police Gerry Moody; Gary Drouin, Direction 2006 co-chair; Operation Lifesaver National Director Dan Di Tota, and Mike Lowenger, Vice-president, Operations and Regulatory Affairs, Railway Association of Canada.… Read More
Winnipeg employees, companies and volunteers turn rider cars into Operation Lifesaver rolling billboards
With their white body paint, red decals and reflectorized tape, CN 77014 and CN 79823 stand out. Which is what they are meant to do, so the Operation Lifesaver message they carry, English on one side and French on the other, will not be missed: Look.… Read More
These ads will appear in the May-June issue of the English and French editions of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Forum magazine.… Read More
Former Montreal Alouette Nick Arakgi, and general manager of VIACOM Outdoor, was so impressed with the cause and the successful launch of the Alouettes players’ Direction 2006/Operation Lifesaver public service announcements on radio and television, that he joined the Direction 2006/Operation Lifesaver team of volunteers.… Read More