The RCMP has made impaired driving an operational priority.
Through a series of nationally coordinated impaired driving enforcement days, awareness campaigns and partner engagement the RCMP continues to work to stop alcohol and drug impaired drivers.
"I encourage all Canadians in this effort to help change attitudes and behaviours, and ultimately to save lives. A small decision can have great consequences. Let's make the right choice before we get behind the wheel. Everyone has the right to come home safe." – RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson
Did You Know? Drug impaired driving is on the rise. Youth are making risky choices to drive high or ride with high drivers. HELP THEM MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE. CHOOSE SOBER.
Did You Know? Driving impaired by any type of drug, medication or alcohol or any combination of these is an offence. WHEN DRIVING, CHOOSE SOBER.
TRUE OR FALSE? Driving after smoking weed is safer than driving drunk? FALSE. Marijuana impairs differently, but it still impairs.
Did You Know? Driving drunk or high can have the same result.
Did You Know? Smoking weed before driving can significantly increase your risk of a serious crash. Make the right choice. Choose sober.