Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Driving after Drinking in Canada: Analysis Drawn from the 2004 Canadian Addiction Survey

This publication has been archived on the CCSA website and was current when it was published. It is available for reference or research purposes.

Analyzes the results of the 2004 Canadian Addiction Survey on the effects of drinking and driving. The survey results indicate that while there have been substantial reductions in the magnitude of the problem, alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes remain one of the largest harms associated with alcohol use.

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