OTTAWA — Some kids who take the bus to school in British Columbia and Sudbury, Ont., can expect to buckle up as part of a new seatbelt pilot project announced by the federal government on Friday.
Transport Canada says a number of new school buses will be equipped with three-point seatbelts that follow the latest federal safety standards.
It says the participating B.C. location will be announced at a later date.
The agency published new requirements for installing seatbelts on school buses if a province, school board or operator chooses to do so in July 2018.
In January 2018, a national, intergovernmental task force was created to examine school bus safety, with an emphasis on seatbelts.
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