Obviously, this doesn’t exist in Canada.
Edit: Apparently, this does exist in Ontario LINK Thanks to Kevin Love for the link in the comments.
Here’s the text at the end of the video:
UK is only one of four Western European countries that doesnt have ‘strict liability’ to protect cyclists and pedestrians.
Strict liability entitles a crash victim to compensation unless the driver can prove the cyclist or pedestrian was at fault.
Strict liability encourages more careful driving (and cycling, because a cyclist would be deemed to be at fault for crashing into a pedestrian).