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Survey: Lack of infrastructure barrier to Canadians cycling more

Almost a third of Canadians, 31 per cent, said that they would be cycling more if the infrastructure was better, according to a survey from the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released on Tuesday. The survey, which polled 2,824 Canadians in »


Survey: Canadians report rise in risky driving behaviour throughout pandemic

Canadians said they have seen an increase in dangerous driving since COVID-19 restrictions have been put in place, according to a survey from the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).  The survey, which polled 2,824 people in June, found that a majority »

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New airline passenger rules set to kick in…will they work?

Transport Minister Marc Garneau was at Ottawa International Airport today to remind travellers that a new set of airline travel regulations take effect on Sunday. It was a redux of last July when Garneau announced passenger-rights rules that required airlines »

Health, Society

Teens texting, not a pretty picture behind the wheel

We’ve all been there, blithely driving down a highway when all of a sudden the car in front of us starts weaving all over the place. The 17-year-old in this accident was texting while driving. He survived, barely. © cbc.ca/Shaun McLeod »