In Partnership with Alberta Transportation
The Focus for December Will Be Impaired Driving
Impaired driving doesn't mean just alcohol, this means cannabis as well.
Did you know:
- Impaired driving laws in Canada have changed.
- Cannabis limits work the same way as your 0.08 blood alcohol level.
- Consequences for drug impaired driving can include criminal charges and provincial sanctions.
- Each year, for the past five year, 6000 people (on average) in Alberta were convicted of impaired driving
- 40% of 24hr licences suspensions were due to drugged driving in Alberta in 2018.
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