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The fining of an Ontario truck driver for smoking in his rig has sparked questions about discrepancies between provincial and federal smoking laws, and what steps law officials must take in enforcing them.
Essex County Ontario Provincial Police pulled over a truck on Highway 401 near Windsor at about noon on Wednesday after the 48-year-old driver was seen smoking.
Originally posted by intrepid
What the gov't says is that it's his "workplace" and smoking in the workplace is banned. Stupid I know but that's their reasoning.