Canadians could now be charged with drunk driving — even if not drunk, lawyers warn

Well that puts the kibosh on next years camping trip.

Canadians could now face criminal charges for driving with illegal amounts of alcohol in their system, even if they were stone cold sober while behind the wheel, under tough new impaired driving laws passed by Parliament, according to criminal defence lawyers.

Bill C-46, which came into effect last month, gives police wide-ranging new powers to demand sobriety tests from drivers, boaters and even canoeists.

The goal of every permanent political class is to criminalize it citizenry.