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Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

While drug-impaired driving has been a criminal offence in Canada since 1925, charges have been more common and more complex since the approval of the Drug Recognition Exercises (DRE) and … 265 View

Thirty Years’ War

The Failed Public/Private Partnership that Spurred the Creation of the Toronto Transit Commission, 1891-1921

Between 1891 and 1921, the Toronto Railway Company operated Toronto’s streetcars under a franchise granted by the City. The arrangement brought the City a modern electric streetcar system, … 257 View
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Introduction

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Background to the legal battles between the City of Toronto and its transit provider in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. 13 $1.30 Add
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Sources of Information

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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While drug-impaired driving cases involve the typical sources of information in any criminal matter, in addition they include information garnered through Drug Recognition Evaluations (DRE) and … 9 $0.90 Add
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Laying the Groundwork for Conflict, 1891–92

From: Thirty Years' War

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Account of the end of the franchise of the Toronto Street Railway Company and the need to replace it. 16 $1.60 Add
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SFST and DRE Testing

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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This chapter discusses the types of tests used to detect the presence of and impairment from drugs in Canada, including the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) and the Drug Recognition … 21 $2.10 Add
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Chemical Testing for Drugs

What It Is, How It Works

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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This chapter outlines the various chemical tests are used to detect the presence of drugs, using different bodily samples. 22 $2.20 Add
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Seeking the Upper Hand, 1892–93

From: Thirty Years' War

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Account of political activities surrounding the enactment of the legislation to incorporate the Toronto Railway Company. 16 $1.60 Add
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Ice, Snow, and a Temporary Thaw, 1893–99

From: Thirty Years' War

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Account of legal actions commenced by two individuals over operational issues in the early years of the Toronto Railway Company. 16 $1.60 Add
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The Matrix

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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The drug-category matrix provides a method of classification to test to determine the kind of drug or the category of drug which impaired the accused. This matrix forms the centre of the … 4 $0.40 Add
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Crowded Streetcars, 1899–1903

From: Thirty Years' War

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Account of operational disputes between the City and the Toronto Railway Company, specifically in relation to the issue of overcrowding of streetcars. 15 $1.50 Add
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Drug Categories and Their Expected Symptoms

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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This chapter outlines the seven categories of drugs considered by the Drug Recognition Evaluation (DRE) program. 8 $0.80 Add
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Experts

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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This chapter deals with the different types of experts who may be consulted in drug-impairment cases, and their individual areas of expertise. 13 $1.30 Add
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Uncrowded Suburbs, 1904–07

From: Thirty Years' War

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Account of a case appealed to the Privy Council dealing with certain operational issues, including which of the City or the Toronto Railway Company had the power to decide about establishing new … 23 $2.30 Add
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A New Battleground, 1907–11

From: Thirty Years' War

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Account of the creation of the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board and its role in the disputes between the City and the Toronto Railway Company over expansion of transit services. 18 $1.80 Add
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Charter Considerations

From: Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada

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While Charter issues in drug-impaired driving cases are often similar to those in alcohol-impaired driving cases, there are some distinct issues unique to drug-impaired driving, and those are … 28 $2.80 Add