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Operation Red Nose Starts Today

Operation Red Nose Starts Today
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‘Tis the season for Holiday parties…

‘Tis also the season of early sunsets, icy roads and impatient drivers who can’t wait to reach friends and family… It’s a dangerous combo that should certainly never be mixed with alcohol consumption.

The good news is that starting today, you can call Operation Red Nose to get a lift home if you’ve had a few too many at your Holiday party. Operation Red Nose will bring you home in your own car, safe and sound, in a confidential and non-judgemental setting.

To reach Operation Red Nose in Montreal: 

By phone: (514) 256-2510

Online: http://operationrednose.com

Download the mobile app on the App Store or Google Play.

Volunteering

Operation Red Nose is always looking for drivers to volunteer during the Holidays. Click here to apply.

History

Operation Red Nose was started in 1984 by mathematics professor Jean-Marie De Koninck. He enlisted the athletes on the swimming team he was coaching at the time, and since then, Operation Red Nose has been held every year and has grown steadily.


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