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Christy Natsis loses appeal in fatal 2011 impaired driving case

  Ontario's highest court has dismissed the appeal of the 2015 impaired driving causing death conviction of 53-year-old Dr. Christy Natsis, a dentist from Pembroke, Ont. In May 2015, after a 55-day trial that stretched over three years, Ontario Court Justice Neil...

Markham teen charged after speeding 127 km/h in 40 km/h zone

  A Markham teenager has been charged after driving 87 km/h over the speed limit. On April 19 around 10:30 a.m., a York Regional Police officer was giving an educational presentation on speed enforcement to a group of students outside St. Augustine Catholic High...

Driving while impaired by a drug

  People impaired by a drug are not safe drivers because of the effects of drugs on the body. Impaired drivers put everyone at risk including others on the road, pedestrians and their own passengers. Driving impaired by a drug is also illegal and is subject to serious...

Lead-footed drivers caught speeding 190 km/h

  A recent RCMP speeding enforcement blitz on the east stretch of Anthony Henday Drive resulted in more than 70 vehicles being caught, including two going nearly double the 100 km/h speed limit. Over the past few weeks, Strathcona County RCMP received several...

More than 500 GTA-area collisions due to ice storm

  The ice storm sweeping across southern Ontario wrecked havoc in the city on Saturday, causing collisions, closures and delays — and it’s not over yet. It wasn’t a good day for anyone, but drivers especially were feeling the brunt of the vicious weather, with Ontario...

The new fight over ‘drugged driving’

  Canada’s 4/20 celebration of all things pot may be more festive than ever this year as partakers anticipate the laws legalizing marijuana coming this summer. But a new study showing significantly increased traffic deaths on the April 20 “high holiday” is a sobering...

Distracted Driving Under Ontario’s New Driving Laws

Ontario will soon be rolling out new driving laws that will apply stricter punishments on individuals caught driving while distracted. The automatic suspension of driver’s licences, as well as the charging fines of $1,000 or over, will be imposed on convicted...

The OPP Will No Longer ‘Let You Off With A Warning’ If You’re Caught Distracted Driving

The Ontario Provincial Police are tackling the growing distracted driving problem with harsher measures that involve no warnings for guilty offenders, just straight fines. "The time for warnings is certainly gone," said OPP Sgt. David Rektor to CBC. "Warnings served a...

Distracted Driving Laws getting tougher this year

New rules that will mean automatic driver’s licence suspension for convicted distracted drivers in Ontario will soon take effect after receiving Royal Assent, 680NEWS has learned. “The law has been passed — it’s now just a matter of time,” Toronto police Const. Clint...

Toronto traffic safety pilot hits hurdle

Tue, Apr 3: The city set in motion a new series of measures to reinforce its commitment to Vision Zero. Flex-post signs were set up at 10 locations to get drivers to slow down. Now we’re down to nine, after a concern was raised at one site. Shallima Maharaj...

Car gets stuck in Queens Quay tunnel

The TTC says it will look at installing a gate at its Queens Quay tunnel after a car got stuck in the transit passageway for the second time in a week. A man, 24, has been charged with impaired driving in the incident, Toronto police said Saturday. Brad Ross, TTC's...

Distracted Driving

Researchers have found that when driving at 60 kilometres an hour, a driver trying to text just three characters can cover the length of a football field. And despite the amount of potential damage or death that could cause, it’s alarming to see just how many people...

Young Drivers and Distracted Driving

This new legislation will include fines between $2,000 and $50,000 up to two years of jail time, license suspension of up to five years and six demerit points for careless drivers who cause death or serious injuries. This is especially important for young drivers who...

Man facing impaired driving charge after crash

Police say a man who crashed a vehicle into a pole in Scarborough overnight will be charged with impaired driving. The collision occurred near Danforth Avenue and Kingston Road shortly after midnight. According to Toronto paramedics, the male driver, who is believed...

Car insurance looks to ditch pink slips, but it’s not as easy as it sounds

Are car insurance pink slips finally on the way out? They are if consumers have anything to say about it. Like rotary phones and letters in the mail, the inconvenient tiny documents are often misplaced, expired or forgotten after their annual glovebox shuffle. A new...

Car clocked at 230 km/h chased down by Ontario police helicopter.

On Jan. 27, a driver called police in Oshawa requesting assistance after she complained a vehicle was following her on a road just south of the Executive Airport on Rossland Road West. Durham regional police have released video of a dramatic high-speed chase in which...

Where and when you’re most likely to get dinged by photo radar

We provide our clients with the best defence for all traffic tickets. Avoid hefty fines, demerit points, licence suspension and increased insurance premiums If you want to avoid a mobile photo-radar ticket, don't go anywhere near Grant Avenue and Thurso Street. You...

Police hand out 300 tickets during four-day blitz

We provide our clients with the best defence for all traffic tickets. Avoid hefty fines, demerit points, licence suspension and increased insurance premiums Police revealed their plan in a video posted on social media last week as part of a new Anytime, Anywhere...

Traffic tickets down 20% as officers adjust to new system

We provide our clients with the best defence for all traffic tickets. Avoid hefty fines, demerit points, licence suspension and increased insurance premiums After new long-form traffic tickets were introduced, the number of traffic tickets written by Winnipeg police...

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