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Car Seat Safety Resources


We know that injuries related to motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of injury-related death for Canadian children. Motor vehicle collisions can cause serious injuries to the head, neck spine and internal organs. Children are at a higher risk when they are not restrained properly. 


Below you will find a list of resources to get you started. These resources will guide you through how to choose and use your car seat or booster seat, make sure it is properly installed in the vehicle, and that your child is safety buckled.  You’ve got this!  


Car Seats: Getting Started Resources



Is your Child in the Right Seat? (video)  
This video is available in English, French, Arabic, Mi’kmaq, Mandarin Chinese, Nepalese, Swahili, Somali and Tigrinya


Is your Child in the Right Seat?  (Print resource)  

English Arabic Somali
French Simplified Chinese Swahili
Mi’kmaq Nepalese Tigrinya


Getting started: Is your seat safe to use? (checklist)        en français        Arabic


How to Choose and Use Your Car Seat  (video)   en français       Arabic


Car Seat Laws in Atlantic Canada


Top 5 for a safe ride (checklist)  en français  



Car Seats by Stage Resources


Infant seat fact sheet    en français


Rear-facing fact sheet      en français


Forward-facing fact sheet    en français


Booster seat fact sheet   en français


Seat belt fact sheet     en français


Additional Resources: Posters and infographics

Is your child in the right seat? 
(These posters are available in 11 x 17 prints by request)

Is your child in the right seat? (multilingual poster) / en français (multilingual)/ English/Mi’kmaq / English/French


Road Map: Is your child in the right seat? (poster) PDF
Feuille de route: Votre siège d’auto convient-il à votre enfant (affiche) PDF


Give your big kid a boost (poster) / en français / Arabic / Mi’kmaq


Infographic: Kids in Cars in Atlantic Canada – What You Need to Know
* Sources cited document available here: references


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