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CAA helps keep communities safe through advocacy and road safety initiatives.
Every year, we spearhead a number of advocacy initiatives, from teaming up with the government on road safety to ensuring safe school zones.
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Dispel the myths and get the facts about cannabis and driving.
CAA continues to work with the provincial government to promote the need toward reforming the tow industry. Hear a panel of experts discuss the future of towing.
CAA launched a new public education campaign entitled, Don’t Drive High. The campaign reinforces that smoking cannabis can impair motor skills, reaction time, perception and judgme ...
If interruptions in the mail services ever occur, CAA Members, CAA Insurance, as well as other services may be affected. To serve you better, we have taken the necessary measures t ...
The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) is the most trusted brand in Canada, according to the fourth annual Gustavson Brand Trust Index.
At CAA South Central Ontario (SCO), our hope is for everyone to stay safe on the roads and we resolve to remain committed to helping make that possible.
These fascinating photos, taken back in 1975 by a then-12-year-old Scott Rogers, offer a captivating peek into the construction of Toronto’s most famous landmark.
How school zone infractions can impact your auto insurance.
Another winter storm is expected to blanket the Greater Toronto Area and CAA South Central Ontario is reminding motorists to practice safety and patience on the roads.
The federal government is taking steps to make travelling better for air passengers.
In the spring of 2015, the City of Toronto adopted a plan to make roads safer and identified specific areas in need of improvement. An emphasis was placed around pedestrian safety, ...