Media Advisory - CounterAttack roadcheck blitz

    This Saturday, roadchecks will be set up from Whistler to Boston Bar in
    an effort to get drinking drivers off the road

    VANCOUVER, Nov. 30 /CNW/ - CounterAttack is celebrating 30 years of
success this holiday season, and on December 1, police will launch a roadcheck
blitz across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. ICBC will also be in
attendance to promote other ways to get home safely this holiday season. The
blitz is a part of the month-long provincial campaign dedicated to getting
drinking drivers off B.C. roads.

    Date:     Saturday, December 1, 2007.

    Time      5:30 - 6:30 PM.

    Location  Highway 1 at 200th Street in Langley (east-bound on ramp).

    Who:      John Les, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
              Inspector Derek Cooke, OIC of the Lower Mainland Traffic
              Aileen Shibata, ICBC manager of Road Safety for the Fraser
               Valley region.

    What:     Roadchecks set up along the Highway 1 corridor from Whistler to
               Boston Bar.

              Interview and photo opportunities with police and ICBC.

              Air1, B.C.'s traffic safety helicopter, will be providing
              aerial support to the blitz.

For further information:

For further information: Kate Best, (604) 816-7983

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