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Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

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Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

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RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

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OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

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Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

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Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

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Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

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Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

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Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

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Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

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B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

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Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

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OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

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Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

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Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

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Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

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Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

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B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

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Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

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Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

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Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

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Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

Read More

Categories:

Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

Read More

Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

Read More

Categories:

Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

Read More

Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

Read More

Categories:

Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

Read More

Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

Read More

Categories:

Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

Read More

Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

Read More

Categories:

Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

Read More

Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-11.jpg

A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

Read More

Categories:

Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

distracted-17.jpg

Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

Read More

Categories:

OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

IMG_3496bfree-6.jpg

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

Dollarphotoclub_43087189-13.jpg

Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

Read More

Categories:

Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-20.jpg

In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

Read More

Categories:

Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

Drink Driving

2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

Read More

Categories:

Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

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B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

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A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

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Winnipeg police “surprised” by 400 distracted driving charges in April

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|12:27 pm

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Law enforcement agencies in Winnipeg confirmed they laid over 400 distracted driving charges in the city during April. Considering distracted driving now carrier a tougher penalty of a license suspension,…

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RCMP in Saskatchewan laid 3,200 driver charges during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 27, 2019|10:03 am

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Saskatchewan has been doubling down on driver infractions in recent months, including RCMP officers issuing 8,000 tickets through April. May was Canada Road Safety Week, so between May 14 and…

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OPP: 12,000 charges laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|10:48 am

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Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) had a busy few days during Canada Road Safety Week, which this year coincided with the May Victoria Day long weekend holiday. OPP reports it laid…

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Newfoundland and Labrador confirms no drug impairment charges were laid during Canada Road Safety Week

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|10:32 am

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The 2019 Canada Road Safety Week took place between May 14 and 20 this month. Each year, the week sees law enforcement officers across the country double down on catching…

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Manitoba releases Canada Road Safety Week police data

By: Luke Jones|May 23, 2019|11:16 am

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Manitoba has become the latest province to publish its enforcement results from Canada Road Safety Week, which took place between May 14 and 20. Police across the province were out…

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Canada pushing for distracted driving elements in MELT programs

By: Luke Jones|May 17, 2019|11:56 am

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In an effort to lower distracted driving in commercial situations, Canada is planning to include distracted driving programs in its mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) courses. Federal government officials have…

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Canada Safety Council warns of impaired driving this May holiday

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:56 am

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2019 Canada National Road Safety Week will get underway next week and will coincide with the May long weekend. That makes it an ideal time to discuss driver behaviours that…

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Toronto resident welcomes ride-hailing competition

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|6:56 pm

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One Toronto resident says ride-hailing companies such as Uber have improved the vehicle-for-hire experience in the country. Ayesha Zubair uses and electric wheelchair and relies on taxis to get around…

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Atlantic Canada is struggling to manage alcohol despite robust impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:52 pm

Atlantic-Canada

Atlantic Canada arguably has Canada’s strictest laws on impaired driving, with tough regulations around the infraction. However, there is clearly much work left to be done because other areas of…

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B.C. driver becomes first to legally challenge Canada’s new impaired driving laws

By: Luke Jones|April 30, 2019|5:22 pm

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A British Columbia motorist from Victoria is issuing a constitutional challenge to Canada’s new impaired driving laws. In a first of its kind case, 76-year-old Norma McLeod is applying to…

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