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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!


Eugene’s July 17, 2013 Update

Hello Everyone, Just want to give you a heads up on a couple accidents that happen recently. Monday night a moose vehicle accident on Avalon, lady had to be cut out with jaws of life, vehicle demolished,moose killed,Lady sent to hospital but no serious injuries.(as...

Linda’s Canada Day Update

Happy Canada Day everyone, With this long weekend almost over, I hope everyone is safe, and that you had a very enjoyable weekend with your family and friends. Please, – ALWAYS KEEP ROAD SAFETY IN MIND WHEN TRAVELLING THE HIGHWAYS. Watch for moose, slow down and...

Linda’s June 6th Update

Good evening to all, Well it looks like we have clued up our fundraiser. I have received the pledge sheets from those members who have participated. I would like to say a very BIG, BIG THANK YOU to everyone for their hard work in raising funds to help with our MOOSE...

Linda’s May 31st Update

Hi SOPAC Friends, I hope this finds you all well and looking forward to some warm summer weather. It is refreshing to see the flowers begin to bloom. SOPAC is staying active. We are still awaiting meetings with Minister Marshall and Minister Hedderson. Although we...

Ride for Konrad

The 5th ride for Konrad will take place on Saturday July 20th, 2013 in Bishop Falls. This event is a dirt bike/ATV ride to support safe riding in memory of Konrad Feltham. Please click on the link below for details. 5th Ride for Konrad...

SOPAC Walk-A-Thon Raises Funds for Moose Hotline

The first SOPAC walk-a-thon took place in a number of locations across Newfoundland on Sunday May 26, 2013. The walk-a-thon was to raise money for the moose hotline, a Telelink service that people call to report moose seen along the province’s roads and...

SOPAC Walk-A-Thon Sunday May 26

SOPAC is having a walk-a-thon this Sunday, May 26th. This walk-a-thon is to show support for SOPAC and fundraise for the cost of the Telelink Moose Siting Hotline. When a caller reports moose sitings near the highway, media are alerted an distribute the warning. (Call...

SOPAC Interviewed About Meeting with Minister

Interview with Lucy Stoyles of SOPAC Above is a link to an audio clip of Lucy Stoyles of SOPAC being interviewed on CBC Radio by Anthony Germain. She discusses SOPAC’s recent meeting with the province’s Minister of Transportation Paul...

SOPAC Supports Road Safety Coaltion at News Conference

CBC News of CARS News Conference SOPAC is a member organization of the Coalition Advocating for Road Safety (CARS). One of this advocacy group’s initiatives is to reduce the rate of moose-vehicle collisions in Newfoundland. CARS also wants to reduce the rate of...

Ches Crosbie Answers Questions on Moose Case

The lawyer representing the plaintiffs in the Moose-Vehicle Collision Class Action, Ches Crosbie, recently posted a blog on his firm’s website answering some questions posed by a MUN student on moose vehicle collisions. Also, check out his Frequently Asked Questions...