Oct
15
2010

A good role model is one that “walks the walk” or on the eve of National Teen Driver Safety Week just drives the car.

Oct
14
2010

In gearing up for National Teen Driver Safety Week, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is excited to supp

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Oct
12
2010

While alcohol may affect drivers’ behavior, we all know that other distractions can also have devastating results.

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Oct
11
2010

From The Globe and Mail:

Lawrence went out for his high school’s hockey team. It was a tradition with the team that for the first month the veterans would regularly demean the new players. Criticizing their on-ice skills, but mainly making derisive comments – always obscene – about their manhood.

Lawrence knew this was part of the standard hazing ritual that went with being on the team. Still, he felt humiliated when they did it and was glad when it was over.

But he also couldn’t wait until next year when he would have his turn – with the next crop of rookies.

There is a definite philosophy that underlies hazing: It says that being the target of humiliation – where you actually suffer – is somehow good for you. It makes you a better person. It “builds character.” ...

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