Blog Category: Regulations

Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

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British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

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Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

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Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

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Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

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OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

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Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

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Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

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SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

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Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

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Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

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Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

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Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

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Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

Read More

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Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

Read More

Categories:

Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

Read More

Categories:

Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

Read More

Categories:

Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

Read More

Categories:

Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

Read More

Categories:

Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

Read More

Categories:

Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

Read More

Categories:

Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

Pull20Over20By20Police20Officer.jpg

Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

Read More

Categories:

OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

Drink Driving

Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

Uber-study-aims-for-reduced-fossil-fuels-7.jpg-7.jpg

Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

Read More

Categories:

SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

Read More

Categories:

Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

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Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

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Why has B.C. not laid any drug impaired driving charges?

By: Luke Jones|July 31, 2019|3:15 pm

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Are police in British Columbia being too lenient on drug impaired drivers or simply not doing enough to catch them? Earlier this week, the policing effort in the province was…

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British Columbia details ride-hailing regulations: Insurance, Licensing, and Background Checks

By: Luke Jones|July 11, 2019|7:05 am

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British Columbia is taking further steps towards embracing ridesharing with the provincial government this week announcing new regulations for transportation networks companies, including Lyft and Uber. Expected to launch later…

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Ontario government plans to re-introduce driver and vehicle fees increases

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:09 pm

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Last year, Ontario’s the then newly elected Progressive Conservatives froze driver and vehicle fees in an initiative welcomed by consumers. However, the government says it may raise them again and…

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Historic legal case finds any water vehicle counts under impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|10:18 am

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Canadian legal history has been made as a person has been convicted of impaired operation of a canoe. And while it may seem a comical idea, the case is the…

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Police in Ottawa focus on distracted driving in July

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2019|2:02 pm

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Police divisions through the Ottawa and Gatineau regions have said they will be focusing on distracted drivers during a traffic crackdown in July. Furthermore, law enforcement will also be on…

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OPP targets big four driver behaviours this Canada Day weekend

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:47 pm

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Ontario Provincial Police has announced it is taking a no-nonsense approach to dangerous drivers this Canada Day weekend. The OPP says it employing a zero-tolerance stance on aggressive driving and…

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Alberta warns drivers of impaired driving consequences this Canada Day

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2019|10:18 am

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Alberta’s police a preparing for another busy Canada Day weekend and the provincial government has reminded motorists of the penalties they face for impaired driving in Alberta. Over Canada Weekend,…

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Uber resolves tax issue in Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|7:30 pm

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Uber has confirmed it has reached a resolution over an “administrative issue” with the Canada Revenue Agency. The ride-sharing giant had previously argued its Uber Canada subsidiary did not need…

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SGI May traffic spotlight breaks records for all the wrong reasons

By: Luke Jones|June 26, 2019|2:50 pm

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its May traffic spotlight broke three records, but none of them are cause for celebration. Each month, law enforcement in Saskatchewan puts a specific…

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Drug-impaired arrests surged in Edmonton over last six months

By: Luke Jones|June 23, 2019|5:53 pm

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Police in Edmonton have confirmed they arrested 53 motorists for drug impairment over the first six months of this year. In comparison, over the same time last year, only three…

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