Check point

Joy Polley of MADD hands out ribbons on Westville Road this morning. MADD held an information checkpoint to educate motorists on the dangers of driving impaired.  (Brimicombe photo)...

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MADD working to prevent cannabis-impaired driving

The impending legalization of cannabis means not only the justice system has to be prepared, but the non-profit sector as well. The organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving is one of those organizations. “Nova Scotia actually has one of the highest rates of cannabis impaired drivers,” said Joy Polley of the Pictou County chapter of MADD....

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