Drinking and driving is on the rise. Canada’s drunk-driving death rate is the worst among 19 wealthy countries according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control. And a new study out of Saskatchewan, by Mainstreet Postmedia finds 1 in 5 people think drinking and driving is okay for short distances.
After decades of campaigning against drinking and driving, how does this make sense?
What needs to be done to stop this?