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With marijuana legalization impending, now is not the time to lower the legal alcohol limit, CAA-Quebec argues

August 9, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The federal government’s proposal to explore lowering the legal alcohol limit for drivers in a bid to improve road safety is “commendable,” but with cannabis due to be legalized in less than a year, now is not the right time

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February 3, 2017 Angela Stelmakowich, Editor

The federal government and its partners are hopeful a new pilot project will help curb incidents involving drug-impaired driving. Long a stumbling block to prevention efforts, the project will allow police to use a device capable of helping them assess

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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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Police in Saskatchewan catch 359 impaired drivers in May: SGI

June 22, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Police in Saskatchewan stopped more than 350 impaired drivers during May’s province-wide traffic safety spotlight on impaired driving, Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) said on Wednesday. SGI said in a press release that there were 359 impaired driving-related offences, the majority