National Day of Remembrance
REMEMBRANCE… Paul Hergott, a Capital News columnist and advocate for safer driving habits, has led an even to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims in the Okanagan since 2012.
Join us on Wednesday November 18, 2015 at Orchard Park mall as we commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims. We will gather at 5:00, with a brief ceremony to be held at 5:30.
The National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims in Canada is a day set aside to remember people killed or seriously injured on Canadian roads, often in avoidable collisions, and those left to deal with the sudden and unexpected loss of those they love.
Thank you for your continued support with this event. It is important to remember the lives that are lost or changed forever as a result of an avoidable tragedy on the road.
One Crash is Too Many – Awareness Event
In 2012 and 2013 Paul joined forces with Brain Trust Canada and organized the the One Crash is Too Many gala event to raise awareness of the preventability of car crashes. All proceeds raised during this event went to Brain Trust Canada.
Thank you to the participants of the 2012 event, ICBC Representative Kimberly DeVries, Police Officer Mark Slade, Dr. Stephen Vallentyne, media personality Doris Bregolisse, local lawyer John Kennedy and Fire Chief Jeff Carlisle.
Thank you to the participants of the 2013 event, Kelowna Fire Chief Wayne Schnitzler, Kelowna General Hospital Chief of Staff Dr. Michael Ertel, RCMP Cst. Sandy Fazan, media personality Phil Johnson, and local personal injury lawyer Stephen Turner.
AM1150 Interview April 19, 2013
13.04.19 – AM 1150 – Phil Johnson OCTM Gala
Lobbying the Government
11.12.29 – AM1150 – Hayley Cooper-Part1
11.12.29 – AM1150 – Hayley Cooper-Part2
11.12.29 – AM1150 – Phil Johnson changes to road safety
Remembering Stew Tuningly
11.09.23 – Phil Johnson Interview
CBC Daybreak Interview September 26, 2011
11.09.26 – CBC Daybreak Interview