By now, we should all know that driving a motor vehicle with cannabis in your body could result in harsh.
Now that cannabis is legal, where does it leave Canadians with criminal records for past pot convictions? Early on the morning.
With October 17 just around the corner, many Canadians are counting down the days to legalization.
The federal government has unveiled its newest testing device to detect for drug-impaired drivers—the Draeger DrugTest 5000—but could your smartphone do the job just as well?
It looks like a new roadside testing device is about to hit our roadways come October, but this one won’t.
On July 4, 2018, the federal government announced its plan to earmark nearly $1 million toward research on cannabis impaired.