How to safely ride a bicycle in Canada

Canada’s new bicycle helmet law aims to protect people with disabilities.

The law makes it mandatory for helmet companies to include a bicycle child safety seat for children.

More about the law: The Canadian Council for Disability and The Wheel said it will support the legislation, which will go into effect in October 2018.

The council said it is a good start.

“We know that kids can be injured on bikes, and we know that a bike seat is not the only option that helps reduce that risk,” said Council president Jennifer Bader.

If you have a disability and need to ride a bike, make sure to get the appropriate helmet.

A person with a disability can apply for a bike safety seat through a local bike shop, but they also can get help from a local group.

Bike safety seats are also available online for people with physical or speech impairments.

They cost between $99 and $249.

Cycling in Canada is a big deal for people like Kelly.

She’s a retired Toronto police officer who rides a bike to work and home every day.

I’ve been riding for 10 years, and my son is five and a half.

I’ve never felt safer on a bike.

You can find the Toronto Cycleway website for more information about cycling.

In a recent interview, she said she rides to work, to school and to work on her bicycle.

For the past decade, Kelly has taken to cycling because she believes it can help others.

But now that she’s starting her first year on a job, Kelly says she is more comfortable riding on the road.

It’s been a lot of trial and error.

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