In a recent decision from Saskatchewan, a driver has been acquitted of impaired by drug despite the evidence of a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE). The expert had relied on the following evidence in forming his opinion: • Reddish face; • Cannabis on his...
In recent weeks, there have been far fewer vehicles on streets and highways across Ontario. Some drivers see these open roads as an opportunity to engage in some dangerous driving. Because of this, police are cracking down on dangerous driving behaviours, including...
This year marks the first summer it will be legal to smoke cannabis in Canada. The substance become legal just after the start of fall in 2018, when it had its supporters and naysayers. The government, as well as many other organizations - from healthcare...
Driving while distracted has become a national epidemic. However, just because it is common doesn't mean it is safe. And it also doesn't make it okay in the eyes of the law. In fact, distracted driving laws in Ontario are harsher than ever now, and it is crucial for...
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