Teach Them and They Will Walk

This Ontario Active School Travel webinar focuses on current and emerging resources and best practices in pedestrian safety education across the province of Ontario, with presentations from three OAST Fund communities: London, Waterloo, and Ottawa.

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Presenters:
London: Student Safety Presentations
Presenter Tara MacDaniel, Middlesex-London Health Unit

Waterloo: Sidewalk Smarts
Presenters Leslie Maxwell, Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region and Annette Collins, Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services

Ottawa: WalkSafe
Presenter Kelly Banks, Ottawa Safety Council

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