Canadian Road Safety News Digest

Province announces rollout of updated impaired driving laws ahead of pot legalization

March 27, 2018   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

Edmonton Journal (EDMONTON, ALBERTA)

Changes to Alberta’s impaired driving laws that will later include drug limits once cannabis is legalized will take effect April 9, the province announced Tuesday.

The updates to the Traffic Safety Act — including a change that responds to a ruling that indefinite roadside licence suspensions are a Charter of Rights violation — were first proposed in November.

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