Justice and Public Safety, October 19, 2017 - Fredericton
New measures to curb alcohol-impaired driving take effect Nov. 1
Starting Nov. 1, new tools will be available under the Motor Vehicle Act to strengthen the ability to identify and deter alcohol-impaired driving. From left: MADD Greater Fredericton advisory member Cpl. Taylor Baird of Canadian Military Police; Danielle Cole, president, MADD Greater Fredericton; Erin Norwood, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island manager of government relations for the Insurance Bureau of Canada; deputy premier Stephen Horsman; Justice and Public Safety Minister Denis Landry; Const. Patrick Small, Fredericton Police Force; and Chief Superintendent Ross White, RCMP.