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SADD Alberta

You're the key to a brighter future.





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Learn more about us and what we do

Since 1990, Students Against Drinking & Driving has been a driving force in helping educate young drivers about the dangers and consequences of alcohol-impaired driving.

Over the years, we have provided been a key source for schools and students who attended our conferences, participated in campaigns and help spread our message about safe and sober driving.

Today, SADD is still instrumental in providing resources and supporting student projects around Alberta.  Our focus has expanded to include other traffic safety topics that affect today's youth, including drug-impaired driving and distracted driving.

Meet the All-Stars


These students are making a difference in their communities to help reduce the effects of impaired and distracted driving.

Have a student how's making a difference? Let us know! We'd like to recognize them.

Madeline C.

Morrin, AB
  • Why I'm Involved

    I’m involved in SADD to bring about change in my community and contribute to the education and prevention of drinking and driving related accidents. 

  • How I'm Making A Difference

Chase W.

Calgary, AB
  • Why I'm Involved

    There's a lot of changes happening right now with new drug-impaired driving rules and so many people texting and driving.  You see it everyday. I think it's important that GDL drivers know what the risks and consequences are.

  • How I'm Making A Difference

Christian D.

Consort, AB
  • Why I'm Involved

    I am involved in the SADD chapter because I've always wanted to make a positive impact on my community and the communities around me as well. I have been part of the SADD Chapter for three years now, and I have noticed a huge impact. 

  • How I'm Making A Difference

SADD Alberta

Students making a difference across the province.

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 Presented by SADD Alberta
 VIRTUAL Presentation
  for Alberta high school students
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    As a young university student, Hayden had his whole life in front of him, until an alcohol-impaired collision changed his life in an instant.

    This 30-minute virtual presentation is a heartfelt look at the choices we make and how they affect those around us.

    Recommended for students in Grade 9 - 12.

    Complete the request form and a member of the SADD Team will contact you to arrange the presentation.

Select your preferred meeting platform