Crackdown on drug-impaired drivers

Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Friday vowed to crack down on Canadians who drive after doing drugs, a change that Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada has been advocating for years.
â..Increasingly, police have to contend with drug-impaired driving. A drug-impaired driver presents a danger, to himself, herself, and others,â. said Harper at a news conference on Friday.
The prime minister said the Conservative government will introduce legislation to tackle drug-impaired driving, which will include measures to provide police with more tools to detect people who are driving under the influence of drugs, allow blood tests to detect drugs, and penalties for those who drive on drugs.
He said part of the measures will include spreading the message to Canadians that getting behind the wheel while on drugs is wrong.
Tories to crackdown on drug-impaired drivers