Sask. police have used Drager DrugTests a few dozen times

The Drager DrugTest 5000 has been a tool accessible to police across Saskatchewan for several months now, but they haven’t gotten a whole lot of use. Reviews of the device from police are generally positive, according to Saskatchewan RCMP spokesperson…

Sask. police lay 224 impaired driving offences in January

Once again, Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) chose impaired driving for their January traffic safety spotlight and police across the province reported 224 impaired driving offences last month. This includes 194 Criminal Code violations and 30 administrative roadside suspensions. In December…

Cannabis perceived as less dangerous than liquor when it comes to driving: study

With cannabis legalization still fresh on the scene, a new study from the Canadian Automobile Association [CAA] shows many young drivers aged 18 to 34 feel they’re better able to drive after consuming cannabis than alcohol. READ MORE: Mandatory impaired driving…

Chief Bray has lingering questions about marijuana roadside testing

Recreational cannabis legalization is three weeks away, and Regina police chief Evan Bray says the service is still getting ready for Oct. 17. They’ve already done significant work, but Bray says there are some elements that are still unknowns. “There’s…