January 18, 2018
Nanaimo and Kelowna – we just posted your courses!
We want to bring child passenger safety training to more areas, and to do that, we need locations. We also need to know where you are! Please, fill out our course interest form and let us know. Can you host? Please email email@example.com.
I’m close to confirming details for Campbell River and Richmond, BC. Add yourself to the list to be notified when the courses go live. I’m also especially keen to take this course into the interior of BC – Prince George? Cranbrook? Nelson? I know you have babies!
July 21, 2016
Herein lies a list of quick links to Canadian federal and provincial car seat laws. The use of car seats and boosters are governed in Canada by both federal and provincial regulations. Federal regulations, in general, set out rules for manufacturers and the types of car seats and boosters that may be produced and sold. Provincial regulations determine roles for drivers and how they must use car seats and boosters. Some provinces and territories list car seat laws in their Motor Vehicle Act (or similarly named legislation), but most place the specifics in a separate regulation document. This post deals solely with the regulations. Be prepared for some legalese!
Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, Division 36
Traffic Safety Act, Subsection 248
Highway Safety Code 397
Motor Vehicle Act, Regulation 83-163
Prince Edward Island
Highway Traffic Act, Seat Belt Regulations
Newfoundland and Labrador
Highway Traffic Act, Section 178
Motor Vehicles Act, Seat Belt Assembly and Child Restraint System Regulations