Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada on Sept. 22 announced that the city of Wemotaci in Quebec has been selected as the winner of its Roger Cyr Award for Communities and OL’s Columbia Committee Chair, Phil Breden, will receive the individual Roger Cyr Award.
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Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada on Sept. 21 announced that 20 additional communities have joined its “Look. Listen Live.” Community Safety Partnership Program to prevent collisions from occurring at railway crossings. This national
Operational Lifesaver Inc. (OLI), Operation Lifesaver Canada, and the Mexican Association of Railroads (AMF) is leading Rail Safety Week 2023 across North America on Sept. 18-24.
Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada announced April 18 that it is collaborating with Google Maps on a new safety feature to alert Canadian drivers, pedestrians and cyclists to rail crossings.
The Denton County Transportation Authority appoints Paul Cristina as President and CEO. Also, CN Police Constable Hank Neumiller receives Operation Lifesaver Canada’s (OL) Roger Cyr Award for “outstanding contributions to rail safety.”
As Rail Safety Week (RSW) (Sept. 19-25), a collaborative effort among Operation Lifesaver, Inc. (OLI), state OLI programs and rail safety partners across the U.S., Canada and Mexico, continues to be observed, North American carriers and organizations are mobilizing to raise awareness about rail safety and to help stop track tragedies during this annual week-long event. Here is a roundup of the week’s initiatives.
Operation Lifesaver, Inc. (OLI) urges public to help stop track tragedies during Rail Safety Week (RSW) 2022 and beyond. Also, Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada joins forces with Thomas & Friends™ to teach kids about rail safety; CN police services mobilize across Canada and the U.S. to raise awareness about rail safety; and Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) announce national campaign to educate public about safety around trains and tracks.
Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada launched on Aug. 10 a new animated rail-safety campaign for young Canadians. The campaign, “Seriously. Read the Signs,” which OL Canada said “takes on a light-hearted approach,” is
Operation Lifesaver Inc. (OLI), Operation Lifesaver Canada and the Mexican Association of Railroads (AMF) are kicking off this year’s observance of Rail Safety Week in North America on Sept. 20.
Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada has launched a new bilingual (English and French) railway suicide-prevention public-awareness campaign “to remind those who may be struggling with their mental health that help is available.” The Today is Better (Ça va mieux) campaign consists of 11 videos featuring the personal stories of people who have experienced suicidal thoughts and sought help.