Sultan Jessa: Tougher punishment for driving needed while impaired!

Sultan JessaTime is ripe for Canada to review and revise punishment for people charged and convicted for impaired driving.

Statistics show many positive changes have been made over the years.

But, impaired driving continues to be a widespread problem with a tragic human cost.

According to available statistics, there were 75,000 impaired driving cases in the country in 2014.

Statistics for last year are not immediately available.

According to 2014 statistics, nearly 1,500 people die each year as a result of impaired driving.

Read more at the source: Local columnists – Cornwall Seaway News



Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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