Vision Zero in Canada (webinar) (2019)

Screenshot of Vision Zero in Canada webinar
This webinar by Pamela Fuselli, Parachute’s President and CEO, presents how Parachute Vision Zero is supporting Vision Zero and Safe Systems approaches in Canada, and the resources available to support efforts on Vision Zero implementation. (Please note that you will be asked to register but this is for statistical purposes only.)

Vision Zero in Canada (2019)

Parachute Interim CEO, Pamela Fuselli, speaks about Vision Zero in Canada as keynote speaker at the Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals conference in Calgary (30 minutes).

Distracted Driving: Changing the Culture (2018)

A Vision Zero panel discussion held at Espace Desjardins, Montreal. A panel of experts discuss the dangers of distracted driving and what is being done to counter it (60 minutes).

A panel discussion on Safe School Zones: Vision Zero neighbourhood by neighbourhood (2018)

This moderated discussion features four panelists filmed at the Children’s Safety Village in Oakville. The discussion explores: What does a Safe School Zone look like under the Vision Zero framework? Can it work in your community? What are some of the issues and solutions around collision prevention in school zones? (50 minutes)

Interview with Heather Woods Fry from Traffic Injury Research Foundation (2018)

Parachute’s Matt Aymar interviews Heather Woods Fry with the Traffic Injury Research Foundation about their newly launched Drug-Impaired Driving Learning Centre, sponsored by State Farm Insurance (10 minutes).

The Parachute Vision Zero Network 2nd Annual Summit (2017)

This video promotes Parachute Vision Zero Network’s 2nd Annual Summit (October 16-17, 2017), a two day conference that brings together grassroots organizations, enforcement, public health professionals and researchers to discuss the implementation of Vision Zero (two minutes).

Sgt. Kerry Schmidt describes how the OPP uses data (2017)

Sgt. Kerry Schmidt from the Ontario Provincial Police discusses collision statistics in Ontario and how enforcement uses data to allocate resources (two minutes).
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