March 16, 2018 by The Canadian Press
Troy Cooper says his force will be prepared when recreational marijuana is made legal—possibly by this summer—but he would still like to see an extension.
Saskatchewan’s plan for legalization includes zero tolerance for drug-impaired driving, but Cooper says he doesn’t yet know how that policy will be enforced.
He says equipment needed to test drivers isn’t available yet, and that’s causing problems for training.
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