Wildlife-vehicle collisions (WVCs) in a country like Canada place a burden on society and natural resources. Some of these WVCs can have devastating human consequences, especially when crashing with large animals, while others may be a threat to species at risk. In this section, you can find information on how to prevent WVCs.
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The Working Group releases: Impaired Driving & Road Safety Leadership Research Paper