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So we’re taking action
Trouble lingers on our roads. For ourselves, our families, and our neighbours. We can’t ignore these dangers any longer. We’re taking things into our own hands to make our roads safer for all.
Here are some of the dedicated, passionate organizations that share our mission to make safer roads a reality.
people are injured or killed on our roads each year
Our success stories
12 August 2019
Aviva teams up with Parachute
We are empowering communities and building safer school zones.
3 September 2019
Helping you stay alert in school zones
Just one of the “Waze” we’re teaming up for road safety.
19 August 2019
Aviva gives employees time off on the first day of school
Extra time when it matters to keep everyone safe.
22 July 2019
Investing in innovation to make roads safer
Safe x Connected Cities Accelerator launches seeking start-ups focused on road safety.
Aviva Canada and Highline BETA came together to create an accelerator to advance and fund innovative road safety solutions.
Are you a start-up with an innovative solution to make roads safer? Apply for the Safe x Connected Cities Accelerator by October 13, 2019.Get involved
Communities in action
19 September 2019
Traffic lights for pedestrians – on the ground?
Changing intersection design to accommodate for habitual smartphone users.Read more
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We’ve analyzed data from thousands of insurance claims from across the country to identify real opportunities to create lasting change. Now we’re on a mission to turn those opportunities into safe roads for us all.Keep reading
Road-related injuries remain the number one cause of death for Canadian children under the age of 14 (Parachute)
15% of road traffic deaths in Canada involve pedestrians (Transport Canada)
$37 billion: Cost to society as a result of road-related collisions and related injuries and fatalities (Canada’s Road Safety Strategy)
Approximately 27% of fatalities and 19% of serious injuries on Canadian roads involve speeding (Parachute)