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2018-12-07 12:01 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Impaired driving, Oral questions,

Conduite avec facultés affaiblies, Questions orales,

Madam Speaker, this week, during National Safe Driving Week and in the Operation Red Nose season, the Conservatives are saying that there is nothing wrong with having a few beers and some chicken wings before getting behind the wheel of a car.

As the Christmas season is upon us, can the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Safety inform the House of the measures our government is taking to prevent impaired driving?

Madame la Présidente, cette semaine, durant la Semaine nationale de la sécurité routière et pendant la saison d'Opération Nez rouge, les conservateurs affirment qu'il n'y a rien de mal à consommer quelques bières en mangeant des ailes de poulet avant de prendre le volant.

Alors que le temps des Fêtes est à nos portes, la secrétaire parlementaire du ministre de la Sécurité publique peut-elle informer la Chambre des mesures que prend notre gouvernement pour prévenir la conduite avec les facultés affaiblies?

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Posted at 15:26 on December 07, 2018

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