Alberta’s updated impaired driving laws to prepare for the legalization of cannabis and to set time limits for licence suspensions are now in effect:
- zero tolerance for cannabis or illegal drugs in the blood stream of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) drivers, in addition to alcohol
- immediate 90-day licence suspension for impaired drivers, followed by participation in a one-year ignition interlock program
- blood-drug concentration limits and criminal penalties
Learn more about Alberta’s impaired driving laws.