Parachute has launched the first phase of this national campaign to teach parents and others who care for children how to safely store cannabis edibles out of sight and reach of curious kids.
What Impaired Means
This public awareness campaign aims to educate Canadians that cannabis impairs a person’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.
Trained volunteers across Canada deliver this free, informative and fun half-day neuroscience presentation for students in grades 4 to 6. Many run in March, which is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
Canada’s Favourite Crossing Guard
This annual contest celebrates Canada’s exceptional crossing guards, as nominated by their school communities.
Canadian Fall Prevention Virtual Conference 2020
Parachute hosted the fifth Canadian Fall Prevention Conference as an online event from Nov. 16 to 20, 2020.
Elementary Road Safety
This new Parachute program supports and empowers school communities to explore, adapt and implement measures that will improve their local road safety.
National Injury Prevention Day
This annual health promotion day, held on July 5, raises awareness about the devastating impact of predictable and preventable injuries in Canada.
National Teen Driver Safety Week
During the third full week of October, we run an awareness week to raise teen driver safety issues and encourage communities to work with youth to prevent dangerous behaviours.
Poison Prevention Week
This Canada-wide awareness week draws attentions to common causes of inadvertent poisoning. In 2021, our focus is encouraging recognition of what can cause poisoning under the theme, #CheckForPoisons.
Safe Kids Week
This annual campaign draws attention to a different child safety issue each year and provides resources for local community activities.
This program provides resources to recognize and manage concussion injuries designed for young hockey players, their coaches and parents.
Stacey Levitt Award
Applications for this annual memorial award open in November and close at end of February. High school students in Canada submit short essays, with the winner announced in May.
This international traffic safety movement envisions zero death and serious injuries on our roads. Parachute is Canada’s national lead, supporting local efforts.