This year’s TD I Think First contest engaged many classes across Canada, to learn about injury prevention. We asked for teachers' feedback on the program, and were delighted to hear the results.
The Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula and the Town of South Bruce Peninsula came together to become a Parachute Designated Canadian Safe Community. Parachute asked Bruce Peninsula’s Safe Communities Co-chair Terry Bell some Q&As about the process and plans for the future.
The story of one mother's account of her son's recovery after he was struck by a bus while crossing the street.
Parachute is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2017 Stacey Levitt memorial Award
Parachute, together with P&G Canada are reminding parents and caregivers to make home safety a top priority as Canadians acknowledge National Poison Prevention Week, taking place March 19-25, 2017.
Parachute and the Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre are joining forces to present a free webinar on the opioid crisis in Canada, on March 22 at 1:00 -2:00 pm ET.
2016 Stacey Levitt Memorial Award Winner, Thomas Semchyshyn, tells us how he was able to use the scholarship to work towards his dream.
Parachute is hosting a Twitter Party during Poison Prevention Week, urging everyone including parents and caregivers, to help #PreventPoison.
Find out how you can spread awareness, #PreventPoison, and have the chance to win one of three prizes!
Learn more about how to keep you and your loved ones safe during winter sports and recreational activities.