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You Can Be Fined $ 2,500 And Banned From Driving For Eating While You Drive In Canada

Drivers in Canada can be banned from driving and charged as much as $2,500 for a single offence. Canada is cracking down on its distracted driving problem with the rollout of stricter laws that impose harsher penalties and heftier fines on guilty offenders. Such measures are more than necessary now, as distracted …

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You Can Get Fined $1,500 In Canada For Honking Your Car Horn, Starting Next Week

DRIVERS in Canada are being warned that honking the car horn inappropriately can land them a fine of up to $1,500, here’s why. Drivers caught honking their horn in certain circumstances could find themselves with a hefty fine. While using the horn may feel like a fairly innocuous thing, there is good …

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Doug Ford tells people in Ontario not to share doobies

As cases of COVID-19 spike across the province, Premier Doug Ford has a message for residents, particularly those in regions with higher rates of infection: stop sharing drinks and joints. People socializing in Peel, Toronto and Ottawa have been blamed for the virus spreading lately, with young people aged 20-39 comprising progressively more new cases. The premier …

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Number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario per day continues to spike

After weeks of what seemed like a pretty benign progression into Stage 3 of reopening the province, COVID-19 case numbers are starting to spike once more, edging well over the 100 mark for nine consecutive days now. The number of new cases per day has been steadily increasing, hitting the 148 mark on …

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The RCMP Reminds Canadians That You Can Be Fined $1,500 If Your Passenger Is Using A Mobile Phone, Starting Today

Distracted driving causes more deaths in Canada than impaired driving .It’s why every province and territory has laws against driving while operating a cell phone. “Tell your passengers to stay off their phones while you are driving. You can get fined in Canada 1,500 even if your passager is using mobile phone, …

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Two travellers fined $1,000 each for refusing to wear masks on plane

The first fines for not complying with mandatory face-covering requirements on aircraft have been handed out by Transport Canada. According to a release, the agency issued the first two monetary penalties in Canada for breaking the Interim Order to Prevent Certain Persons from Boarding Flights in Canada due to COVID-19, to two travellers …

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Extreme -65°C Weather Is Coming To These Canadian Provinces

Dangerously cold. The weather in Canada is always little bit crazy , and depending on where you live you’re either about to enjoy a nice warm winter thaw while other parts of the country are under an extreme cold warning.  These warnings are issued when the temperatures are so cold that people …

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You Can Be Fined $1,500 In Canada If Your Passenger Is Talking To You While Driving

Distracted driving causes more deaths in Canada than impaired driving .It’s why every province and territory has laws against driving while operating a cell phone. Believe it or not, using your phone isn’t the most dangerous activity to do while driving. Chatting with your passengers is. It sounds weird, but according to federal …

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Canada’s New Driving Laws Will Mean Automatic Suspension Of Driver’s Licences For Distracted Driving

Tougher road rules are coming this 2020. Canada is implementing new driving rules that will mean automatic suspension of driver’s licences for convicted distracted drivers. Constable Clint Stibbe of the police in Canada went on 680 NEWS on Monday and confirmed this, saying “the law has been passed” and that “it’s now just a …

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