MADD Canada and the PEI Liquor Control Commission are teaming up to deliver a crucial sober driving message to Island students.
Every year, the national organization produces a new School Assembly Program to educate students in Grades 7 12 about the dangers and consequences of driving while drunk or high.
This year’s program, entitled The Pact, was screened this morning for students at Bluefield High School. Joining students and representatives from the PEILCC and government will be the President of MADD Canada, Patricia Hynes-Coates.
More than 20 presentations of The Pact are being delivered to Island students this year.