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Dufferin OPP ‘disappointed’ by results of Easter traffic blitz

Dufferin OPP is less than pleased with the results of its Easter weekend traffic blitz, as motorists fared much worse when it came to distracted driving and seatbelt use than they did last year. From Friday (April 14) to Monday, Dufferin OPP conducted an Easter weekend traffic blitz focusing on

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Drunk driving eyed in DVP ramp collision

Five people were injured in a two-vehicle collision on a ramp to the Don Valley Parkway on Thursday morning that was allegedly caused by an impaired driver. The crash on the Bayview/Bloor ramp, which caused both vehicles to rollover, happened just before 6 a.m. Toronto Police Const. Clint Stibbe said

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Stoned driver tries to flee three-vehicle crash

Man was high while driving stolen vehicle involved in crash, say police A Windsor man who tried to leave a messy three-vehicle crash Tuesday evening has been charged with impaired driving for being high behind the wheel. Two children and the driver of another vehicle were taken to hospital with

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Marijuana bill gives police too much power to search drivers: civil rights groups

Civil rights groups are worried that parts of the Liberal government’s recent recreational marijuana bill will give police sweeping new powers to combat impaired driving that will violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ protections against unreasonable searches. Announced last week, the legislation includes an overhaul of existing impaired

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Brampton truck driver charged with drunk driving after collision with GO bus

A Brampton truck driver has been accused of driving drunk, fleeing the scene and driving while disqualified after a collision with a GO Transit bus in the area of Dixie Road and Steeles Avenue East Monday, April 17. Peel Regional Police Service allege the accused had more than three times

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Trial into fatal crash in 2013 begins in Welland

A Niagara Regional Police officer tried his best to comfort a seriously injured woman he felt was about to die following a two-vehicle crash in Niagara Falls, court heard Tuesday. “She was in her last moment’s of life,” Const. Kris Hamilton testified Tuesday in a Superior Court of Justice in

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Cambridge man faces impaired driving charge in Fergus

Following up on a complaint about a possible drunk driver, police in Fergus pulled over a vehicle driven by a Cambridge man on Saturday (April 15) evening. “It was reported that a vehicle was all over the road with irregular speed,” notes an OPP news release, explaining a white Volkswagen

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Alleged drunk driver crashes into hydro pole, then takes off

A Mount Forest teen is facing a variety of charges after an alleged drunk driving crash in Arthur. Wellington County OPP say the collision occurred around 12:30 a.m. Sunday on Smith Street. A witness told police that a grey van was seen to lose control and hit a hydro pole,

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OPP wrap up weekend crack down on unsafe driving

OPP were out in full force this weekend on the roads to crack down on speeding, cell phone use and unbuckled seat belts. Officers handed out plenty of tickets on Good Friday to those who seemed to be in a hurry. OPP were targeting aggressive or distracted drivers along with

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Trudeau government introduces sweeping changes to impaired driving laws

A drug-impaired driver could face up to 10 years in prison Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould introduced major changes to the country’s impaired driving laws Thursday, including provisions that will allow for mandatory roadside alcohol screening and new criminal offences for driving while high. The legislation, introduced concurrently with the government’s

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