SASKATOON — Excitement is running high as Operation Red Nose launches its 15th road safety campaign in Saskatchewan.
From Nov. 24 to Dec. 31, the regions of The Battlefords, Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Yorkton will be the scene of this initiative aimed at ensuring road safety through community solidarity. Across Canada, some 80 local host organizations will roll out this annual initiative.
A Festive and Safe Ride Home
As thousands of volunteers await the first night of operation to proudly don the famous red vest, Operation Red Nose stresses the importance of planning a safe ride home after the festive evenings ahead. By calling on the organization and its volunteers, the journey home promises not only to be safe and entertaining, but also to support local youth and amateur sports organizations, since all donations will go to them.
Starting today, the operationrednose.com website provides easy access to information on how to become a volunteer. Details of the dates and times of operations in each region are also available on the site or on the new Red Nose mobile application, along with a host of other information.
Bookmark SASKTODAY.ca, Saskatchewan's home page, at this link.