News Archives: 2014
It’s that time of year again: a brand-new beginning where we all get to do things a little differently. This year, make rail safety part of your resolutions. This is one resolution that should be easy to keep (after all, the alternative is death or serious injury).… Read More
Merry Christmas to you and yours from Operation Lifesaver Canada! We hope you’re enjoying some good times gathering with family and friends.
As always, we encourage learning about rail safety all year round. So this holiday season, as you nurse your turkey hangover, have a little bit of fun with our annual rail safety Christmas crossword.… Read More
The holiday season is upon us, and while it’s easy to get caught up in the all the fun holiday parties and family get-togethers, please make time to ensure that rail safety is top of mind.
Operation Lifesaver wants you to make it safe and sound throughout your holiday adventures by ensuring you’re rail safety equipped.… Read More
Heading out in the winter on Canada’s highways can be daunting, especially if road conditions aren’t optimal. Those snowy whiteout conditions can mean life or death if you don’t know what you’re doing at highway-railway crossings.
In order to feel confident behind the wheel and near the tracks, Operation Lifesaver is here to help.… Read More
On October 30, 2014 Operation Lifesaver Canada, along with Sydney Coal Railway, held mock collisions in New Waterford, Nova Scotia. Watch as student participants are made up as crash victims.… Read More
It’s simple. Trains are deadly. One misstep or careless act could kill you.
Consider these 7 deadly train facts:
- If you see a train approaching, be prepared to stop. Most motorists misjudge the speed of trains, believing that they are travelling much more slowly than they actually are or incorrectly assuming that the train must slow down at highway-railway crossings.
Nov 19, 2014 was the National Day of Remembrance for road crash victims in Canada. A formal event in Toronto was held in honour of those who lost their lives.
Every day five people die on Canadian roads. This adds up to roughly 2,100 people who will lose their lives and an estimated 165,000 who will be injured this year—a sobering reminder for drivers that a life can be cut short in an instance.… Read More