Halifax dooring incident prompts calls to revise Nova Scotia traffic laws

The Atlantic province is one of four provinces in Canada in which dooring isn’t an offence

Manitoba politician advocates for one-metre passing law to protect provincial cyclists

In the same way that laws passed recently in Ontario require a wider, safer berth be given cyclists when motorists pass, similar legislation may soon be coming to Manitoba, reports say.

Helmet laws do not reduce rates of serious injury for cyclists, University of British Columbia study argues

It’s presumed that helmet laws mean lower rates of injury requiring hospitalization among Canadian cyclists. According to a study published recently by the University of British Columbia, though, that’s simply not the case.

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