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Canadian Press August 11, 2016 OTTAWA — Before proceeding with its pot-legalization agenda next spring, the Liberal government is promising to tackle the issue of drug-impaired driving, which bureaucrats say could spike considerably if marijuana [...]
Mississauga News August 10, 2016 Canada, we need to talk. A recent study by the U.S.-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention examined the percentage of road deaths linked to alcohol impairment for 19 wealthy [...]
Prince Albert Daily Herald August 09, 2016 The Prince Albert chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is looking to give local schools a boost through Stride for Change. The fundraising event kicks off on [...]
CBC August 9, 2016 Lou Van de Vorst still cannot believe the timing of former deputy premier Don McMorris' impaired driving charge. Van de Vorst lost his son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren to a drunk driver in [...]