In an otherwise bad-news year, I’d like to share something positive: no matter how you get around, 2019 was, by many measures, the safest time to be on B.C.’s roads in years.
Many British Columbians are driving much less than they did before the pandemic.
New classes of products: edibles, topicals and extracts
This spring, Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, and I took the first steps to making cellphone billing and contracts less confusing and easier to understand for people in B.C.
RoadSafetyBC is responsible for ensuring drivers are medically and functionally fit to drive. The Enhanced Road Assessment (ERA) is one tool RoadSafetyBC may use to fulfil this responsibility.
The Administrative Driving Prohibition (ADP) program was established in 1997, to remove alcohol-affected drivers from the road for 90 days.
Cannabis is now legal — but if you choose to use, don’t drive.
With great power comes great responsibility – but you wouldn’t know it from some of the troubling, recent traffic statistics in B.C.
It’s about a month to go until non-medical cannabis becomes legal in Canada, so here’s a quick snapshot of what to expect in B.C. as of Oct. 17, 2018.
During Tsunami Preparedness Week, we need only reflect on the events of Jan. 23, 2018, when many of us were rousted out of our beds just before 2 a.m.
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