Drinking and Not Driving Yields A DUI Charge?

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It’s been over a year now that Bill C 46 made Canada’s tough driving laws even more strict. One of the biggest changes is that police officers do not require a reasonable cause to administer a breathalyzer test. One thing did stay the same: It is still illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration…

3 Facts You Need To Know: New Impaired Driving Laws

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This holiday season will see police use changes to the impaired driving laws to charge both alcohol-impaired and drug-impaired drivers. Thanks to reforms in Bill C-46 back in June of this year impaired driving has become easier to detect and charge a driver with the offence. #1 Random Roadside Breath Testing Starting in December 2018…

New Road Side Saliva Testing for Cannabis & Other Drugs

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With legalization rapidly approaching Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has approved a new roadside test to check for drugs. The Draeger DrugTest 5000 will be the first saliva screening equipment to be used by Canadian law enforcement to test for illicit drug use while driving. Police forces are still able to choose the testing equipment they…