WINNIPEG — It’s becoming an increasing trend across Canada and it seems Manitoba will be the next province to crackdown on cell phone use by the motoring public.
EDMONTON — A county immediately east of Alberta’s capital city is set to prohibit the use of hand-held cell phones, and a province-wide ruling may be closer to reality.
TORONTO — The Ontario Trucking Association made its opinions known to a pair a government committee holding hearings on two transportation bills.
EDMONTON — As B.C. officially approved a ban on using handheld cell phones while driving (kicking in Jan. 1, 2010), their provincial neighbours have moved the issue to the backburner.
VANCOUVER — After a one month grace period of warnings from police about B.C.’s new distracted driving law, monetary fines began getting handed out on Feb. 1.
WINNIPEG — In mid-July, drivers in Manitoba will have to use hands-free devices to talk on their cell phones while driving, or face a $200 fine.
TRENTON, N.J. — A Garden State senator introduced measures that could make New Jersey’s distracted driving law one of the strictest.