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CAA Comments on Bill C-46, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

CAA’s appearance before the House Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights to provide views on proposed legislation in relation to drug-impaired driving.

Federal marijuana announcement step in right direction but leaves unanswered questions, CAA says

CAA is pleased to see the marijuana legislation introduced today would establish stiff new penalties for drug-impaired driving, but several issues still need to be dealt with to make the new regime effective, says the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

McLellan report flags serious concerns with marijuana impaired driving, CAA says

Today’s release of the McLellan task force report on marijuana legalization confirms there is urgent work to be done to implement a system that will keep Canadians safe on the road, says the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

Canadians Worried Roads Will Be Unsafe When Marijuana Legalized

Almost two thirds of Canadians are concerned that roads will become more dangerous with the legalization of marijuana, says a poll released by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) today.

Reality Crashes for Teens and Parents

Drug Free Kids Canada uses a technological twist to drive home the dangers of high driving with an innovative new campaign.

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