SGI says impaired driving offences up in Saskatchewan, despite awareness efforts
7 days ago - By National Post
REGINA - Saskatchewan Government Insurance says police reported 324 offences related to impaired driving in May, including 280 Criminal Code charges such as having a blood-alcohol level over .08 or refusing a breath test.
SGI says the 324 figure is the highest in a single month so far this year - despite a new awareness campaign that aims to curb drinking and driving.
Last month, SGI released an impaired driving commercial that features real victims.
Impaired driving remains the leading cause of traffic fatalities on Saskatchewan roads.
SGI also says police reported more than 6,100...
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