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by SOPAC & The Government of Newfoundland & Labrador

REPORT A MOOSE SIGHTING, CALL TOLL FREE 1 855 89 MOOSE

When you call 1 855 896 6673 with any moose incident, the Call Centre sends it immediately to our media partners who will in turn broadcast it in a timely manner.

BE SAFE! BE MOOSE ALERT!


SOPAC Wishes You a Safe & Fun May 24th Weekend

SOPAC (Save Our People Action Committee) News Release Thursday, May 18th, 2017. With the May 24th long weekend around the corner, SOPAC would like to wish everyone a wonderful and very safe weekend. While driving to and from your favorite destinations please be...

Brent Cole, Wild Life Officer and SOPAC Activist, Dies at 51

A former wildlife officer and the President of the Save Our People Action Committee passed away this week. Brent Cole was a wildlife officer, based in Gander when he was involved in a moose-vehicle collision that changed his life. Cole passed away on Saturday at the...

SOPAC meets with Minister of Transportation

SOPAC News Release sent on March 17th, 2016 On Friday, March 11th, 2016, members of our SOPAC Committee met with Minister Al Hawkins (Minister of Transportation and Works) as well as members of his team. The meeting went very well with both parties exchanging...

Ensuring Safe Highways for Motorists

Province Enhances Provincial Brush-cutting Program The Provincial Government will expand brush-cutting efforts this fall through an additional investment of $1 million, bringing the total allocation to $3 million for this year. “Brush-cutting has proven to be an...

Partnering to Encourage Safety for Families and Communities

Partnership Promotes Education and Awareness to Help Reduce Moose Vehicle Collisions The Department of Transportation and Works and the Save Our People Action Committee (SOPAC) have entered into a partnership to raise awareness and increase public education to help...

NL Budget Day

On NL Budget Day there was no money allocated for Moose Fencing. Of course this upset members of SOPAC (Save Our People Action Committee) Moose Fencing being a priority with SOPAC and the only solution to decrease Moose Vehicle Collisions, this was a hard blow. A huge...

The 6th Annual Ride for Konrad is a dirt bike/atv ride in memory of our friend Konrad Feltham.   This ride promotes safe riding and will start in Bishop Falls, Rain or Shine on:  Saturday June 28, 2014 @ 12:00 pm And will end at Jig’s Pit on Botwood highway with a BBQ...