Cannabis can slow down your reaction time and increase your chance of a crash. If you use cannabis, it’s important that you do not drive. It is considered impaired driving and you could be charged.
More information and resources:
- What You Need to Know About Cannabis Use and Driving
In Saskatchewan, it’s illegal and will continue to be illegal to drive while impaired – whether by drugs or alcohol – even once cannabis becomes legal in Canada in 2018.
- Drinking, Drugs and Driving Consequences
Learn about the consequences and costs of impaired driving for new and experienced drivers.
- Consequences of Impaired Driving
Infographics show how drivers impaired by drugs face the same penalties and consequences as drivers impaired by alcohol.
- Immediate Roadside Licence Suspensions
Learn how drivers face immediate roadside suspensions if they have a blood alcohol content between zero and .08 or are under the influence of drugs.
- Impaired Driving Education Programs
Find out more about the three types of impaired driving programs.
- Avoid Driving after Drinking or Doing Drugs
Find out more about the effects of drugs on driving.