News Releases Mar. 7, 2017

Spring time change means ‘sleepy’ Canadians need to be extra alert on roadways

Walk This Way program, a national pedestrian safety awareness campaign, encourages pedestrians and drivers to be extra vigilant on the roads as we set our clocks one hour ahead for spring time change.

Feb. 21, 2017

Parachute and State Farm Canada Partner for Vision Zero

Parachute is pleased to announce its renewed partnership with State Farm Canada for Vision Zero, a multi-national traffic safety initiative.

Feb. 17, 2017

Hands-On Program Teaches Young Minds About Brain Health

Parachute and Economical Insurance announced the renewed two-year partnership for Brain Waves, an interactive, hands-on neuroscience program developed for young Canadian students.

Dec. 2, 2016

Year End Message From Pamela Fuselli

Interim CEO, Pamela Fuselli reflects on Parachute's 2016 accomplishments, and wishes everyone a happy and safe holiday season.

Nov. 30, 2016

Zero expectations drive efforts to drastically reduce traffic-related deaths in Canada

Parachute hosts Canada's first Vision Zero Summit, focused on ways of implementing a comprehensive road safety strategy.

Oct. 20, 2016

Government takes action to develop national guidelines for concussion management

The Federal Government announces $1.4 million to develop an evidence-based approach to concussion prevention, management and awareness.

Oct. 20, 2016

TimePlay puts Moviegoers in the Driver’s Seat to Save Lives

A new movie experience called 'Choices,' allows audience members to use their smartphones to interact and help make decisions on the big screen.

Oct. 20, 2016

Driving home the importance of road safety can make Halloween less frightening for trick-or-treaters

Parachute Walk This Way program reminds all road users to be vigilant and stay safe on Halloween.

Oct. 17, 2016

Distracted and Drugged Driving accelerate concerns over teen driver safety

Sep. 28, 2016

Parachute and Safe Communities Encourage Canadians to #GetHomeSafe

Parachute's Safe Communities Day encourages Canadians to help reduce the number of distracted drivers by participating in the #GetHomeSafe social media campaign.

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