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could have bet you 1000$ does was the next step, please do not accuse me of being a drunk driver because I stand up for MY RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS as underlined in our CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS, but this law is UNACCEPTABLE! whether you drink or don;t drink, you cannot be for a free country and be ok with this. I don;t drink and drive, but being pulled over without cause was already too far (and a complete breach of our rights under canadian bill of rights), but this is way too far. anyone who did history should know how well reporting each other went in nazi germany.

trudeau has got to go. if anyone agrees with his dictatorship you should all find a deserted island and enjoy your dictatorship there. but please do not impose this on canadians.

even you are ok with police checking you at a bar, they CANNOT arrest you as you haven;t driven yet, they have no proof you where going to drive afterwards, people take UBER or taxi's nowadays f they drink too much) but under this new law, the police could arrest you and you could be charged criminally and lose your liscence even if you never drank and drove. regardless of where they check you

Police in Canada can now demand breath samples in bars, at home | Globalnews.caYou could be in violation of the impaired driving laws even two hours after you’ve been driving. Now, the onus is on drivers to prove they weren’t impaired when they were on the road.https://globalnews.ca/news/4832762/impaired-driving-canada-breath-samples/
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any cop who is willing to use this abuse of power deserves to get his/her ass whooped IMO,
but canadians are too nice, won;t happen.

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it wasn;t just hitler, facsism is Germany was a long time coming, it happened similarily to what is happening, now, one small right gone there, one bit of privacy gone there with the argument "got nothing to hide then you got no reason to be against the breach of privacy" etc etc.

and yeah Canadians deserve it,. im at the point where I want to see us fail, then maybe only then will we see the value of freedom

If police knock at your door, and you didn't call them ... only the naive would answer.

As to restaurants/bars ... I imagine Canada has laws against public intoxication, just as America does.

Meanwhile, in America, Utah set the limit for intoxication at a blood-alcohol limit of .05 - the lowest in the nation.

The National Transportation Safety Board has been recommending for years that states make this change, saying in a 2013 report that "more than 100 countries have already established per se BAC limits at or below 0.05." Utah is the first state to follow this advice.

An average-sized man reaches a .05 blood-alcohol level by having more than two standard drinks in the first hour and over one drink each hour thereafter, according to a police agency in Australia, which has a .05 blood-alcohol limit.

(A few people are calling for a limit of .01, saying that if we really don't want people to drink and drive, there limit should be below that of impairment.)

@Walt_OReagun If police knock at your door, and you didn't call them ... only the naive would answer. As to restaurants/bars...

not answering to cops can get you even more trouble. don;t you know this?

his has nothing to do with public intoxication,

i don;t care what level they change it to, they could change it to .01 for all i care, just don;t come knocking on peoples door and then arrest them when they may not have even driven under the influence, its not constitutional neither in USA or canada.

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