Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook


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Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD)

SADD is a positive lifestyle promotional program that attempts to make drinking and driving socially unacceptable among young people and encourages them to help each other change their attitudes about drinking and driving. With the help of an adult leader, students develop and promote the program themselves using assemblies, rallies, classroom sessions and social activities. Parents are encouraged to support the program by attending SADD functions and entering into a contract with their teenager whereby each agrees to always seek safe, sober transportation home.

For more information, contact SADD at 306-757-5562.

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Rev: 2017