COMMENTARY: Don’t sacrifice charter rights in the fight against drunk driving

As Ottawa proceeds with sweeping changes to Canada’s impaired driving laws, the Alberta Court of Appeal has issued a timely reminder about such laws respecting the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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