Quebec Unveils ‘Zero-Tolerance’ Marijuana Plan: No Home-Grown Cannabis Allowed

Quebec will have zero tolerance for driving-while-high under its plan for legalized marijuana use and sale.

Under draft legislation introduced Thursday, the province’s Liberal government would authorize police to test saliva samples from drivers and allow police to immediately suspend the licence of anyone driving with a trace of cannabis or illicit drugs for 90 days.

“Our bill introduces a new principle of zero tolerance for drugs for all drivers,” said Public Health Minister Lucie Charlebois as she introduced the bill.

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