January 2018 Archives

Cops charge 100s of Ontario truckers for distracted driving

Over five days, the Ontario Provincial Police stopped nearly 3,500 commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) on roadways in the province. The police drove big rigs themselves to be able to see if distracted driving was a problem among big rig operators in Ontario. They also used aircraft and sprinter vans to check up on CMV drivers.

What to know about hit-and-run offences in Canada

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident is stressful enough as it is. But when someone is involved in one with a hit-and-run driver, it's likely even more stressful. Drivers in Canada who leave the scene of an accident aren't only making things more difficult for others involved, but for themselves as well.

Supreme Court grants real estate agents right to publish data

Sale prices of homes were somewhat off limits to the public in Toronto -- until recently. The Supreme Court of Canada has granted real estate agents the right to publish what homes have sold for. The federal court has indicated the privacy concerns that have restricted making these prices known are non-existent; however, the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) isn't happy with the decision and plans to appeal.

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