With 200 officers trained to detect inebriated drivers already — and more on the way in time for marijuana’s expected legalization next spring — Sgt. Brett Moore of Toronto police’s Traffic Services is confident in law enforcement’s ability to prevent stoners from getting away with driving high.
But Moore admits the drug presents its share of challenges.
“It is a shift from alcohol,” he told CBC’s Metro Morning earlier this week.
But testing for cannabis impairment, he says, follows the same principles as testing for alcohol, despite the lack of a handy breath test.
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