We believe that driving is a privilege, not a right. Impaired driving crashes are not accidents, but rather the direct result of an individual’s conscious decision to drive after drinking or using drugs.
We believe that a balanced program of public awareness, progressive legislation, rigorous enforcement, and meaningful sanctions is essential to eliminating impaired driving.
We believe, as an organization committed to the importance of rights, that all of our legislative proposals and other public policies must be compatible with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the federal and provincial human rights legislation.......
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