Costly conviction — study shows how much Canadian distracted drivers can expect their insurance premium to increase to with distracted driving on their driving record

Expect to pay higher insurance premiums for distracted driving
Toronto Sun, December 8, 2019

In Alberta, a single distracted driving conviction could cost you hundreds each year
Edmonton Journal, December 6, 2019

Toronto road deaths continue rise despite ‘aggressively’ implemented Vision Zero — advocates want ‘more comprehensive approach’

New council needs to shift gears on ‘piecemeal’ Vision Zero plan, road safety advocates say
CBC News, December 13, 2018

‘Art of Distraction’ campaign seeks to personalize connection with victims of distracted driving to curb road deaths in Toronto: Op/Ed

Shining a light on the cost of distracted driving
Toronto Star, November 5, 2018

A question for Canada: ‘Is the number of deaths caused by distracted driving going down?’

Are there fewer deaths caused by distracted driving these days? Not yet, it seems
The Globe and Mail, July 30, 2018

Distracted driving is ‘biggest issue on Canada’s roads’ for pedestrians and distracted drivers cause ‘most distress’ for drivers: Survey

Drivers, pedestrians and cyclists all break rules — and admitting that might be helpful
CBC News, June 2, 2018