Need a source? New zero-tolerance blood-alcohol law
New zero-tolerance blood-alcohol law likely to help curb impaired-driving rates: research scientist
New legislation proposed by the Ontario government for zero blood-alcohol levels in drivers age 21 and under is a very positive
development from a traffic-safety perspective, according to an expert at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH),
who points to research in other jurisdictions indicating that such moves reduce collisions and fatalities.
Available for interview:
Dr. Robert Mann, Senior Scientist, CAMH Social, Prevention and Health Policy Research.
• Effectiveness of legislation on drinking and driving trends/frequency
• Promoting responsible alcohol use and controlling the harms associated with drinking
For more information or to arrange an interview please contact:
Kirk LeMessurier, CAMH Media Relations
C (416) 458-1251
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well
as one of the world's leading research centres in addiction and mental health. CAMH transforms the lives of people impacted
by mental health and addiction by integrating clinical care, scientific research, education, policy development and health