What happens if I drive under the influence of cannabis?

The proposed Impaired Driving Offences Act responds to the impaired driving provisions in the federal government’s Bill C-46. It introduces provincial sanctions for drivers who fail oral fluid drug screening devices and for drivers who commit one of the new Criminal Code offences that will be created in Bill C-46. The Impaired Driving Offences Act establishes tough provincial sanctions meant to prevent persons from getting behind the wheel under the influence of cannabis.