Families of impaired driving victims are all for the City of Saskatoon to move forward with a partnership with MADD Canada to build a memorial for those victims.
Saskatoon City Councillor, Randy Donauer brought up the idea in a council meeting last month.
The monument would act as a memorial to victims of impaired driving across Saskatchewan.
Lou Van de Vorst, whose son and his family died in a crash involving an impaired driver January 2016, wants to see the monument placed in a park instead of a cemetery, so more people see the impact of impaired driving.
MADD Canada says they will cover the costs for erecting the monument and for maintenance.
Saskatoon council will discuss the topic at a future meeting.