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Don’t Drive High. Your life can change in an instant: Fast facts about drug-impaired driving (DID)

May 10, 2019 ...Don’t Drive High. Your life can change in an instant: Fast facts about drug-impaired driving (DID) 50% of cannabis users don’t think that drugs affect their driving much, while 1 in 5 don’t think it has any negative effect at all.Footnote1 2 in 5 – 39% of those who have used cannabis in the past year have driven within two hours of consuming

Don’t Drive High

May 3, 2019 ...Don’t Drive High Follow: Facebook Instagram Eye-opener Transcript Video length: 30 seconds. (Music) (Close-up of hands flicking on a lighter and lighting a joint.) (Sound of coughing) (Hands fumble to get keys into a car’s ignition.) (Sound of car starting) (A woman takes a selfie of her and her boyfriend, who is driving the car.) (The man’s eyes blink

Burnaby RCMP - Check your wheels before you drive

Jun 18, 2019 ...Check your wheels before you drive Burnaby 2019-06-18 16:07 PDT File # 2019-25476 / 2019-25370 In the past 24-hours Burnaby RCMP has responded to two reports from residents who have noticed that wheel lug nuts have been loosened on their vehicles. Yesterday afternoon, Burnaby RCMP received a report from a driver who said they had a wheel come off while

Impaired Driving - Resources - Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Jun 7, 2019 ...Impaired Driving - Resources Access resources and tools to help educate youth about the consequences of impaired driving. Lesson plan To request a ready-to-use lesson plan on impaired driving for grades 11 and 12 students, please email The plan includes engaging activities and conversation starters to help educate youth

RCMP in British Columbia - Impaired Driving has Consequences

Jun 4, 2019 ...Impaired Driving has Consequences Every year, an average of 68 people are killed in BC where impairment by alcohol, drugs or medication* was a contributing factor. (Source: ICBC 5 year average 2013-2017) The Criminal Code of Canada prohibits anyone from operating a motor vehicle while their ability is impaired by alcohol and/or a drug and/or if their blood

Driving - Waterton Lakes National Park

May 15, 2019 ...Driving Areas of Waterton Lakes National Park remain closed due to safety hazards and infrastructure damage from the Kenow Wildfire. Visit our What's open page for an up-to-date list of open areas. Waterton's scenic parkways If scenery and wildlife appeal to you, drive one of Waterton's scenic parkways. All have pulloffs and viewpoints for safe viewing

Surrey RCMP - Driver arrested after erratic driving behaviour

Jun 3, 2019 ...Driver arrested after erratic driving behaviour Surrey 2019-05-31 07:19 PDT File # 2019-79010 The Surrey RCMP is advising the public of an investigation involving a driver that attempted to flee from police and caused a slow speed pursuit. On May 31st, at approximately 4:00 am, Surrey RCMP Frontline attended to a report of a female yelling at a security

Impaired driving

Feb 12, 2019 ...Impaired driving Driving impaired is illegal. Learn about the types, risks, laws and enforcement. Most requested Report a crime Find an RCMP detachment Don’t Drive High Services and information Strengthening impaired driving laws Strengthening impaired driving laws to better protect the public from both alcohol- and drug-impaired driving. Drug-impaired

Man arrested for impaired driving following school bus crash | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Jun 14, 2019 ...Man arrested for impaired driving following school bus crash June 14, 2019 Chipman, New Brunswick News release A man from Chipman, N.B., has been arrested for impaired driving following a crash involving a school bus. On June 12, 2019 shortly after 5 p.m., members from the Chipman RCMP responded to a call of a school bus going off the road and into a ditch

Impaired driving | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

May 2, 2019 ...Vol. 80, No. 1 — Just the facts — RCMP Gazette Impaired driving Publish on May 2, 2019 By Patricia Vasylchuk Driving impaired greatly increases the risk of a serious crash. It's why driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a crime under the Criminal Code of Canada. Each and every time a person chooses to get behind the wheel while impaired

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