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In Partnership with Alberta Transportation
The Focus for December Will Be Impaired Driving

Click here to be directed to the 2019 Traffic Safety Calendar

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.

For more information on impaired driving, visit: