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Roadside Drug Testing

In Ottawa about two weeks ago, a double decker public transit bus crashed into a bus shelter. Three people died and 23 others were injured. As this news broke, I couldn’t help but think of the TTC, the Toronto Transit Corporation,...

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Many Canadians, myself included, have friends or family members who have died, or been seriously injured, in highway collisions with semis. Yesterday morning, in a provincial court in my home province of Saskatchewan, the driver of the semi that collided with...

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Justice Canada states that “impaired driving is the leading criminal cause of death and injury in Canada. In 2016, there were more than 70,000 impaired driving incidents reported by the police, including almost 3,000 drug-impaired driving incidents.” Getting behind the wheel...

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  • A simulation of driving stoned on marijuana; image courtesy U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Earlier this year, the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction concluded that within our country “a substantial proportion of drug impaired drivers are going undetected.” Do you wonder if priority is being given to maintaining an election promise, or to...

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