Candlelit Walk and Vigil

Event Date: 
Sunday, November 18, 2018 - 16:00 to 18:00
Event Location: 
David Pecaut Square
215 King Street West
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA

Join us as we mark the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims with a special candlelit walk and vigil with members and friends of FFSS.
 

 FFSS will hold a Candlelit Walk and Vigil on November 18 2018

Sunday, November 18, 2018
 

WALK START: David Pecaut Square (215 King Street West)

Meet at 4:15PM  |  Walk departs at 4:30PM
 

WALK END: Toronto Music Garden (Queens Quay W & Lower Spadina Ave)

Vigil at 5:00PM  |  Warm-up social to follow

RSVP on Facebook  |  #WDoR2018

 

Road Have Stories

The theme of this year's World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is “Roads Have Stories”. Roads and streets do more than connect us from A to B. They tell stories worth remembering, some of them tragic.

Friends and Families for Safe Streets invites all those concerned about making our roads and streets safer to join us for a candlelit walk from David Pecaut Square to the Toronto Music Garden on this year's World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. At the end of the walk, FFSS will hold a vigil for the people killed in traffic violence.

 

The Art of Distraction Campaign

Friends and Families for Safe Streets has partnered with the City of Toronto on “The Art of Distraction”, a series of stories and installations intended to remind drivers to pay attention behind the wheel. We hope this campaign can provide some purpose to our senseless losses.

As difficult as it is to bring memories of our loss to the forefront, we hope the audience for Art of Distraction will find it difficult to look away and ignore the campaign’s message. Although there will never be justice for the victims of crashes and their families, the Art of Distraction takes an important step towards doing justice to our experiences of road violence.

You can view the stories and installations on the City of Toronto's Vision Zero Education Campaigns page. Watch and listen for installations throughout the City of Toronto starting October 30.