Woods, Dean 1/1/1997 - 31/12/2017
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1 CN ON: PUB LTE: Target Cigarettes, Not CannabisFri, 17 Nov 2006
Source:Cambridge Times (CN ON) Author:Woods, Dean Area:Ontario Lines:38 Added:11/21/2006

I agree with making the roads a safer place for all, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper's recent announcement on drug driving takes the cake.

Cannabis stays in the blood for up to 28 days after using or being exposed as second-hand smoke. How will the police determine whether the driver was exposed or an actual user?

My son is a snowboarder, does not smoke the stuff but his friends do. He is often around them and is exposed. Will he lose his licence? On another note, does this government plan on charging the impaired drivers doped up on doctor-prescribed pharmaceuticals such as Tylenol with codeine, or over-the-counter NyQuil?

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