Should your child be using a rear-facing car seat, forward-facing car seat, booster seats or just using seatbelt? Find out which is the right car seat for your child and watch the video guides on how to install them.
Learn what the important parts of a car seat are and to what parts of the car it attaches.
Read about things to consider to keep your child safe in motor vehicles:
- Air bags
- Add-on products
- Back seat or front seat
- Clothing in car seats
- Leaving your child alone in the car
- Sleeping in car seats
Issue: Child passenger safety Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of injury-related death for Canadian children. Action must be taken to reduce the risk of crashes. Steps must also be taken to reduce the risk of injury when a crash occurs. Car crashes kill more children than any other cause of injury in Canada. […]
This chart outlines rear and forward facing car seat legislation for younger children and booster seat legislation for older children by province/territory.
How to safely transport your child on school buses, airplanes, taxis, ride shares and motor homes.
Watch this three-minute video for important information to consider before purchasing a car seat.
Watch this four-minute video to learn about when to transition your child from a forward-facing child car seat to a booster seat and when your child will be at the right growth stage to start using seat belts alone. Along with simple installation tips, demonstration and guidance, Dr. Andrew Howard talks about the importance of a booster seat in keeping your child safe.