Canadian Road Safety News Digest

Proposed changes put New Brunswick among provincial leaders in fight against impaired driving

December 17, 2015   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

Last Updated on January 14, 2016

MADD Canada (OAKVILLE, ONTARIO)

New impaired driving countermeasures, introduced by New Brunswick Public Safety Minister Stephen Horsman today, will substantially reduce impaired driving in the province, says MADD Canada.

“These changes represent a significant commitment to address the impaired driving problem in New Brunswick, and they send a strong message that this crime will not be tolerated,” said MADD Canada Chief Executive Officer Andrew Murie. “We thank the Government of New Brunswick and Minister Horsman for their leadership and action on this issue.”

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