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Putting distracted driving into focus
During Distracted Driving Awareness Month, we want to help make BC roads safer by drawing attention to the reality that distracted driving remains a problem today.
Car seat guide: how to choose the right seat for your child
To make selecting and buying a child car seat just a little bit easier, we’re sharing our top five useful tips below.
Earthquakes in BC: how prepared are you?
Preparation is the best defense, so here’s what to know to help protect your home and your loved ones.
How you can help displaced Ukrainians and how we will support you
The war in Ukraine is a real-time tragedy that’s affecting the entire world.
Honouring National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
September 30th is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (also known as Orange Shirt Day). This recognizes the devastating historic and ongoing impacts of the residential school system in Canada.
How getting FireSmart™ helped protect Logan Lake from wildfires
In August 2021, the picturesque town of Logan Lake in the BC interior, was under threat from the rapidly approaching Tremont Creek Wildfire. The homes and lives of 2,000 residents were in danger as flames roared closer to their homes.
BCAA and BC Earthquake Alliance – Partners in Preparedness
Planning for a natural disaster helps us stay calm and act quickly if we ever find ourselves in that situation.
Take our quiz on school zone safety and learn your A to Z
Safety and community is at the heart of BCAA. This is our home. And just like any neighbourhood, we are committed to keeping everyone in the community protected.
Get your extreme weather plan in place with FireSmart BC
Wildfire is a risk that all British Columbians need to be prepared for.
The BCAA Community Child Car Seat Program
We're here to keep all British Columbians moving forward, which means we're also a leader in child passenger safety.
Back to School Traffic Safety Tips
During the school year, school zones are busy places with kids and adults walking or wheeling and cars and buses dropping-off or picking-up students.
How to Be a Better Ally
Supporting marginalized communities is less complicated than you think
It may be bike season all-year-round in some parts of the province, but spring and summer inevitably see an influx of additional two-wheeled traffic on roads and trails.
One Million Members Strong
With BCAA reaching a million Members, we’re dreaming bigger. The more Members we have, the more we can build strong communities and move BC forward together.
Intro to Riding an E-Bike
E-biking is becoming increasingly popular as people search for more sustainable and affordable commuting options.
HUB Cycling and BCAA: Two wheels in motion
It takes a community to get more people cycling more often, and BCAA is delighted to partner with the non-profit organization, HUB Cycling, to make that happen.
Back to reality – avoiding distractions behind the wheel
September is a notoriously busy time on the roads, as summer winds down and people return to their regular routines: work and school.
Slow down, more kids are playing! Tips to keep outdoor play safe
With the school year ending and travel restrictions starting to ease, a new BCAA survey reveals that many British Columbians are worried that increased traffic and more kids playing outside could be a recipe for disaster.
Our Support for PRIDE is LOUD and Proud
June is Pride Month, and as we gear up to celebrate the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, we’re excited to share stories from one of our new community partners: LOUD Foundation.