Canadian Road Safety News Digest

Police look for direction dealing with high drivers

April 26, 2016   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

Last Updated on May 13, 2016

Global News (EDMONTON, ALBERTA)

Drug-impaired driving has become a growing issue for law enforcement across the country and the Liberal government’s plan to legalize marijuana next spring may compound the problem.

“There is a rise in drug-impaired driving. It might even be surpassing alcohol-impaired driving at this point,” Constable Kyla Currie, the Alberta Provincial Coordinator for the RCMP’s Drug Evaluation and Classification Program, said.

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