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What an expert is calling one of the toughest penalties for impaired drivers

November 26, 2019 Morgan Lowrie - THE CANADIAN PRESS

MONTREAL – Quebec is bringing in a new measure for impaired drivers that will require repeat offenders to pass a breathalyzer every time they drive, in what one expert describes as among the toughest policies in the country. Beginning Nov.

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New Brunswick to impose new measures for impaired drivers starting Nov. 1

October 19, 2017 The Canadian Press (CPSTF)

FREDERICTON – New Brunswick will seize drunk drivers’ cars for up to two months under a law that comes into force Nov. 1 Public Safety Minister Denis Landry says the new law will make the province one of the country’s

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Saskatchewan police report more than 320 impaired driving offences in May traffic safety spotlight

June 22, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

During the same month it released its awareness campaign on impaired driving, Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has reported 324 impaired-driving related offences during May’s traffic safety spotlight – “another reminder of why such campaigns are needed.” Last month, police reported

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SGI records more than 350 impaired driving offences in Saskatchewan in December

January 23, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) reported on Monday that there were 353 offences related to impaired driving in the province in December, compared to 308 in December 2015. “Too many people still made the poor decision to drive after drinking in

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335 impaired drivers in Saskatchewan caught by police during October blitz: SGI

November 21, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) announced on Monday that 335 impaired drivers were stopped during the province-wide focus on impaired driving in October. The blitz involving SGI and law enforcement officers included 335 offences related to impaired driving, including 314 Criminal

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Government of Saskatchewan to introduce strengthened impaired driving legislation

November 1, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The government of Saskatchewan announced on Monday that it will add amendments to The Traffic Safety Act this fall to strengthen impaired driving legislation. This fall, the government will introduce the following amendments: Add a three-day vehicle seizure for experienced