moved for leave to introduce Bill C-341, an act to amend the Criminal Code.
Madam Speaker, this is my second bill dealing with impaired driving. The bill would make it easier for police officers to gather the evidence they need to successfully prosecute impaired drivers. It would strengthen their powers to demand an on the spot physical coordination test. It also would strengthen their powers to demand breath and blood samples from drivers involved in a collision that caused bodily harm or death, if they have reasonable grounds to believe the driver is impaired.
Finally, it would authorize the use of passive alcohol sensors.
(Motions deemed adopted, bill read the first time and printed)