Cannabis-Impaired Driving Bill: Concerns for Teenage Drivers

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

Cannabis-Impaired Driving Bill: Concerns for Teenage Drivers

Legal and Constitutional Affairs – May 9, 2018:

Advocates for youth drug prevention and First Nations’ police services participate in the committee’s study of Bill C-46, an act to harmonize impaired driving laws with the government’s proposed cannabis laws.

Participating in the study are Drug Free Kids Canada’s Marc Paris; Éduc’alcool’s Hubert Sacy; First Nations Chiefs of Police Association’s Lennard Busch; as well as the Canadian Automobile Association’s Ian Jack.