Friday, January 11, 2019


   But it’s legal, as of Dec. 18, because of amendments to the Criminal Code passed by the Trudeau government.
   Police no longer need reasonable grounds to administer a breathalyzer test such as erratic driving, slurred speech or the smell of alcohol on the driver’s breath.
   They can also charge someone for impaired driving up to two hours after they’ve left their car, with the driver having to prove they weren’t impaired.

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