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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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Driving can be tough. And with icey and snowy road conditions, that makes winter driving even more stressful for everyone. Here at CAA we’re all about “Making Your Bad Days Good. A ...
CAA is proud to share a few of the amazing stories from our CAA School Safety Patrollers – young people who work hard to make their school zones safe.
Nolan Butler, the grade 5 student at Brampton’s Tony Pontes Public School who was named Ontario’s CAA School Safety Patroller of the Year.
As an exemplary Bus Patroller at St Joseph Elementary School in Mississauga, Sarah Jackson has demonstrated the ability to handle every situation with ease and grace, which earned ...
Addison Brinn and Aydenne Beauvais are Grade 6 students, who have taken on several initiatives to help improve the Patroller program at their school. These two Patrollers used team ...
Navigating between cars, school buses, pedestrians and bicycles in school zones can be challenging at the best of times. That’s why the CAA School Safety Patrol program trains stud ...
For most Ontarians, the end of daylight time this Sunday means we get to ‘fall back’ and enjoy an extra hour of sleep. But it’s also a great time of year to scratch some important ...
If ever there was proof that enthusiasm, positive reinforcement and rewards can produce outstanding results, as 2018 CAA School Safety Patrol Supervisor of the Year, Wendy Painting ...
Get advice about how to get your home ready for the season ahead.
In Ontario, we share our land with some beautiful and majestic wildlife. It’s important to keep our distance from these fellow-creatures when at the cottage or on camping trips. Th ...
With warm summery weather still shining down upon us, it’s not too late to pack up the car and explore all the wonderful driving routes of the Great White North.
Pack a picnic basket, gas up the minivan and get ready to explore some of the most scenic parks found right here in Ontario.
Warm weather and beaches go hand in hand and Ontario is packed full of sandy shorelines to explore. So why not head down to one our local beach towns this summer.
Decorate your home and find clothing without contributing to the fast fashion market. Check out some of these antique markets right here in Ontario.
If you’re like many retirees who prefer a slower pace of life in a smaller city or town, why not take a peek at these retirement destinations in Ontario.
Enjoy some time off and discover the natural wonders Ontario has to offer. Here are seven beautiful waterfront cities and towns to explore.
Canada has many comfort foods to warm the soul and lift your spirits on frigid winter nights. Here are just some of our favourites.
The most wonderful time of the year is upon us, and there are so many holiday events and Christmas markets to enjoy. Here are eight places to do just that.
With so many things to see and do in Toronto, plan to stay awhile and slowly check them off your list. Here are five neighborhoods to get you started.
With spring weather upon us, it’s time to start thinking about biking in Ontario. Here are some great trails to help you plan for your next bike trip.
It’s time to celebrate the culture, heritage, and exceptional achievements of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. Read more.
Find out why the Harbourfront, Little India, Yorkville, Koreatown and Queen West make such great destinations within Toronto.
Whether you are an art lover, old car buff or a hockey fan, you’ll find something to immerse yourself in at one of these museums.
One of the greatest things about road tripping is discovering new and exciting food experiences along the way. Here are some of the best we’ve encountered.
If you aren’t really into pitching tents, you might be interested in the perks and trend of glamping. Read on nature lovers.
What are you doing this Family Day long weekend? If you’re looking for some fun ideas to get out and about, we’ve found some great activities for you.
Ontario is filled with magical spots within just a few hours by car that is perfect for long weekends and road trips. Here are a few places to check out.
Ice fishing is a fun and unique way to spend time outdoors and enjoy the winter weather. Find out where to ice fish in Ontario.
You’ve had months of fun at your cottage, but as the temperature drops it may be time to ‘close shop’. Here’s a handy checklist to make sure you’re not forgetting the essentials.
Did you know that Ontario is home to plenty of spooky spots? We’ve put together a list of some of the scariest places in the province for you to explore.
Thanksgiving long weekend is the perfect time to get away close to home. Check out a few of our favorite destinations in Southern Ontario for a fall road trip.
Ontario is packed with unique and interesting historical sites, so bring your curiosity and get ready to take a road trip.
Fancy tea with little sandwiches and scones, anyone? Here are just a few places in Ontario where you can enjoy afternoon tea.
There are many reasons to go camping in the autumn instead of during the summer. Less crowd, fewer mosquitoes and beautiful scenery. So what are you waiting for? Let’s go!
Small towns in Ontario are perfect for a scenic road trip. Experience the charm and cultural heritage of each of these adorable destinations has to offer.
Ontario has many beautiful hiking destinations filled with amazing greenery and wildlife. So if you’re looking for a family activity, why not enjoy the great outdoors.
Ontario has a number of fantastic spots for observing the cosmos. So grab a warm blanket because here’s where you’ll find the best stargazing spots.
Toronto has a thriving live music and concert scene regardless what your musical preference is. Here are four rockin’ venues to hear live music in The Six.
There are a number of Ontario towns that offer enviable amenities and lifestyles for seniors. Here’s an updated list of Ontario’s best places to retire!
If you’re in search of some family fun this autumn, look no further than Ontario! There are fall festivals, fairs and events within a few hours’ drive from Toronto.
If you’re looking to get into the holiday spirit, why not check out some of the beautiful light displays right here in Southern Ontario with family and friends.
Experience the small towns and quaint villages that dot the Canadian and American border. Here’s a collection of fascinating spots to visit.
Summer is the best time to hop in the car and go for an epic drive to enjoy the open road. Here are some fun road trip ideas that aren’t too far from home.
Toronto has many great areas to explore and each one has something to offer. Keep reading to find out more about High Park, Cabbagetown, the Annex, Chinatown and Parkdale.
Winter escapes are lots of fun and Ontario is full of resorts and activities to enjoy with family and friends. So what are you waiting for?
Winter can be a beautiful backdrop for a picnic, but it takes a little more prep. Here are some tips for planning the ultimate experience.
You can find lots of maple sugar festivals in Ontario, so get ready to discover the nectar of the trees and welcome the spring harvest.
Christmas Markets across Ontario are gearing up for a busy season. Here are just some of the many markets that will get you into the holiday spirit.
Ontario offers many unique markets where you can try the local produce, find rare handmade crafts and gifts. Here are a few to check out.
If April showers bring May flowers then Ontario should be in for some spectacular blooms. Here are some places to check out.