Parachute is announcing the new Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport.
Parachute introduces its first-ever National Injury Prevention Day to shine a light on preventable injury.
Parachute President & CEO, Steve Podborski urges Canadians to get involved in our first-ever National Injury Prevention Day, to help create an injury-free Canada.
Parachute and FedEx Express Canada award three recipients of the 2017 Canada's Favourite Crossing Guard Contest for their tremendous efforts in keeping kids safe on the road.
After a two-year process, a local effort to create a community that promotes safety and prevents injuries will be celebrated at the Ferndale Visitors Centre Pavilion. This celebration formally recognizes Bruce Peninsula as a designated ‘Safe Community’.
Parachute Safe Kids Week encourages children to become 'everyday superheroes' to help promote safe, active transportation by walking, cycling, and participating in other wheeled activities.
Parachute today announced the appointment of Steve Podborski to the role of Parachute President & CEO. Effective June 5, 2017, Steve will assume leadership for Parachute’s strategic direction, fundraising initiatives, program delivery and day-to-day operations.
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.
Parachute is pleased to announce its renewed partnership with State Farm Canada for Vision Zero, a multi-national traffic safety initiative.
Parachute and Economical Insurance announced the renewed two-year partnership for Brain Waves, an interactive, hands-on neuroscience program developed for young Canadian students.