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Saskatchewan sees significant decline in impaired driving deaths

The number of people killed in impaired driving crashes in Saskatchewan has declined significantly during 2017.

SGI said there were 39 deaths in the province last year involving alcohol or drugs, down from the five-year average of 57 deaths. 369 more words

Canada

Grad Season: Protect Your Teen from Drinking & Driving

Graduation is a time of celebration as adolescents cross the bridge towards adulthood. Whether they’re planning to enroll in college, enlisting in the military, backpack across Europe, or pick up a full-time job, graduation is the beginning and end of an old and new era. 528 more words

Family

London's Black Fly Beverage Company to attach single-use breathalyzers to products

London-based Black Fly Beverage Company is expanding its effort to curb impaired driving by attaching breathalyzers to the alcoholic drinks they produce and sell in Canada and the U.S. 200 more words

Canada

AAA Offers Free "Tow To Go" On Cinco De Mayo

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Before you go out celebrating America’s favorite south of the border holiday, Cinco de Mayo, keep in mind that AAA and Budweiser will be offering free tows Friday night May 4th through 6 a.m. 235 more words

News

SIU clears London officers involved boat dispute turned drinking and driving injury

The province’s police watchdog said Friday that no charges will be laid against two London police officers in connection with a dispute over a boat blocking a residence that ended with a 54-year-old man suffering a collapsed lung. 263 more words

Crime

Lawyer accused in Edmonton teen's death was charged with impaired driving before

The corporate lawyer charged with impaired driving causing death in Sunday’s fatal hit and run has been accused of drinking and driving before.

Shane Stevenson was first charged with impaired driving back in 2008. 476 more words

Crime

Don't doobie and drive: New rules to impaired driving laws to include pot

Alberta’s updated impaired driving laws went into effect on Monday.

Under the new legislation, law enforcement will have the ability to issue an immediate 90 day suspension to impaired drivers, which now includes pot impairment. 191 more words