Underage drivers and drivers who have just newly acquired their licenses face tougher DUI-related restrictions as well as additional penalties if they were charged with driving under the influence in Ontario. Drivers under 21 and newly licensed drivers with M1, M2, G1, and G2 graduated licenses cannot have any alcohol in their system when driving.
Getting accused of anything in the workplace is terrible and even more so when it is about an accusation of sexual harassment. This is something that nobody can truly prepare for and can only hope to cope with once the situation arises. Below is our compiled list of things to do if you ever find yourself accused of sexual harassment in the workplace.
For our justice system to be truly effective and fair, the punishment must fit the crime. That is why the recent passage of Bill C-5, which eliminates mandatory minimum penalties (MMPs) for 14 offences in the Criminal Code along with all six offences covered by the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act is both timely and necessary.
And that does not even include legal fees! There’s also the fees of somebody driving you around for the 90 days that you were suspended and then it’s about $800-$1200 on average in Toronto/GTA when your vehicle gets impounded. Food for thought! Next time you consider drinking and driving, please take an Uber. You can save money and lives!
Having a DUI on your record could present a lot of issues in the future. Therefore, it is best to not have a DUI charge or conviction on your record or at least find a way on how it can be taken out of it. If you have some questions about impaired driving in Canada and DUI charges in Canada, then keep on reading.
Using a bike to get to one place or another is a favourite mode of transportation for a lot of people in Toronto, especially for those who are health conscious or who are trying to be more environmentally friendly; but if you live in the city, then you probably have also wondered if it’s possible to get a DUI on a bike.