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Released on June 26, 2014Canadian Tire Partners With SGI to Support New Legislation
Effective June 27, booster seats become mandatory for children under age seven, less than 145 cm (4’9”) in height and under 36 kg (80 lb.) when riding in a vehicle. The fine for failing to secure a child in an appropriate booster seat or child car seat is $175, the same amount charged for an adult failing to wear a seatbelt.In Saskatchewan in 2013, three children died and 88 children under age seven were injured in collisions. Seventeen of the injured children were not restrained at all or were improperly restrained. In addition, 29 of the injured children were belted by a seatbelt that may have been inappropriate for the child.
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