News Releases Oct. 15, 2017

Calling on teen drivers to prevent drugged driving and save lives

Parachute’s National Teen Driver Safety Week wants teens to #GetHomeSafe

Oct. 2, 2017

Rick Hansen Institute pledges support to prevent spinal cord injuries in hockey

The Rick Hansen Institute is pleased to announce it is partnering with Parachute to support the prevention of spinal cord injuries (SCI) in hockey. 

Aug. 30, 2017

‘Phones down, heads up’ - Five steps to help keep kids safe as they head back to school

Parachute and FedEx Express Canada are reminding parents and drivers to ensure kids can walk safely to and from school on our neighbourhood streets.

Aug. 24, 2017

Concussion baseline testing not required or recommended for youth athletes: Parachute statement

Parachute has released a set of key recommendations aimed at sport organizations, parents, and healthcare professionals.

Aug. 22, 2017

New Rail Safety Program Plans to Save Lives

Parachute is pleased to announce the two-year #CrossSAFE initiative, aiming to increase rail safety awareness and stop preventable injury in its tracks.

Jul. 28, 2017

Parachute announces Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport to protect health of active Canadians

Parachute is announcing the new Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport.

Jul. 5, 2017

Canada Shines a Light on First Annual National Injury Prevention Day

Parachute introduces its first-ever National Injury Prevention Day to shine a light on preventable injury.

Jun. 20, 2017

National Injury Prevention Day Message from our President & CEO

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.

Jun. 14, 2017

Three Crossing Guard winners chosen as Canada’s Favourites

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.

Jun. 14, 2017

Bruce Peninsula puts ‘safety first’ and becomes a Parachute Designated Canadian Safe Community

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’.

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