It is that time of the year when attending social gatherings is a must and it is harder to say no to having a great time and indulging in alcohol. Maybe you’re not the partying type but had a bit too much to drink before you realized it is time to go home. What should you do when you’re more buzzed than what you think is safe to drive or know someone who seems too intoxicated to drive?
Drinking and driving laws in Ontario are already quite strict for first-time offenders, so what happens if someone has been arrested for subsequent offences? Consequences for First-time Offenders Under Ontario’s Stream A program, first-time offenders are required to pay a minimum fine of $1,000 and can get back to driving again after 3 months provided …
The majority of households in Canada own a pet. For people who own a pet, they feel that their pets are part of their family. The pets are there when they wake up, when they start their day, and as part of their daily routine. Since a lot of people already have a life that includes details related to caring for their pets, why not just bring their pets to work?
Calvin was interviewed on March 3rd by Kelly Cutrara to discuss the Alex Minassian verdict. Listen below: