• Nick Sorrentino

Police in Canada can now demand breath samples in bars, at home

Has Canada lost its mind? I was in Vancouver once and I stopped at a gas station for directions. The attendant put me on the right path. I thanked him and I commented on how clean and beautiful his city was. He looked at me, smiled, and said, "Yeah and our beer works too." Then he turned around and went back to his business. That was in the mid 1990s. Guess times have changed.

There seems to be a very sad erosion of civil liberties all across the Anglo-sphere right now.

Canada we hope you don't go down Britain's path.

Here's to liberty and freedom eh!

(From Global News)
It may sound unbelievable, but Canada’s revised laws on impaired driving could see police demand breath samples from people in bars, restaurants, or even at home. And if you say no, you could be arrested, face a criminal record, ordered to pay a fine, and subjected to a driving suspension.

This is crazy. Canada likes beer and other drink. Have the nanny staters taken over everything up there?

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