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One of the changes that will come into effect Monday will allow police to pull over cars randomly and ask the driver to submit to a sobriety test.
“Do we want to live in the kind of society where police can pull people over and make demands?” she asked. “Where does that end when we start allowing that to happen?”
Under the current law, police can only pull over cars for erratic driving, crossing over the solid line, or other moving violations that might suggest the driver is impaired.
“This law will allow random checks to be done,” said Codiac RCMP Cpl. Mike Gaudet.