Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose
Prevention on the road and free of charge designated drivers

In 1984, Jean-Marie De Koninck discovered an original way to offer scholarships to his athlete students at Université Laval and founded Red Nose.

Today, more than 100 Canadian organizations benefit from the money collected during a road safety campaign of this non-profit organization. Each year, 1,5 million dollars are redistributed to the different local organizations devoted to the youth and to amateur sports.

Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose is proud to be carrying out this mission in its region!

Our Mission

The mission of Operation Red Nose is to encourage responsible behavior (in a non-judgmental manner) with regard to impaired driving by enabling communities to provide a free and confidential chauffeur service to their members, the financial benefits of which are redistributed to local organizations dedicated to youth.

Our Case History

  • Vaudreuil-Dorion Centrale Office is moving

    Operation Red Nose Vaudreuil-Dorion is relocating the Centrale for operational evenings at Viva Media's premises due to a significant increase in volunteers.

  • Launching of the website of Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose

    2016 is an important year for Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose. Thanks to the redesign of its Website, our organization will be able to better serve the community and the organizing committee was awarded with the Honorable Mention.

  • Winner of the Bronze Horns

    The Gold, Silver and Bronze Horns are awarded every year to the Operations Red Nose that have obtained the best grades on the gratification scale of the last campaign.

  • First Party sans déraper youth tour

    Visits were made to the Cité-des-Jeunes and Chêne bleu schools with the purpose of raising awareness of impaired driving and to encourage the youth to observe responsible behavior.

  • Winner of the Silver Horns

    Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose has been acknowledged for the exceptional quality of its work. It has been outstanding in its operation, owing to its meeting of standards and deadlines.

  • Moving of Operation Red Nose’s headquarter

    Centre d’Action Bénévole L’Actuel houses Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose after the extension of its premises. This move has enabled the provision of service to hundreds of citizens.

  • Opening of the Vaudreuil-Dorion’s Operation Red Nose’s headquarter

    The headquarter is located in the premises of the Caisse populaire de Dorion. The team is proud of the work achieved and of the mission being carried out by the Vaudreuil-Dorion’ Operation Red Nose. M. Michel Cain, Director, Caisse pop de Dorion, Alain Cloutier and Louise Mongrain, Executives at Caisse de Dorion have chosen Operation Red Nose as cause. Mrs. Robert, in charge of communications contacted ORN Québec. Mr. Jean-Marie De Koninck came to visit and since it was necessary to have a host organization who could help young people, the officers of the Caisse chose L’Actuel for that purpose. The Director General at the time at L’Actuel was Paul Laprise and the Volunteer Service Coordinator was Claudette Coulombe. All these people and several others were involved in the setting up of the Vaudreuil-Dorion’s Operation Red Nose. The headquarter has been located in the premises of the Caisse pop de Dorion until 2004.