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Apple Watch

An Apple Watch is considered a hand-held device in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act.

Zero Tolerance Rule

Drivers age 21 or under and novice drivers of any age (with G1, G2, M1, or M2 licenses) must not have any presence of alcohol in their blood when behind the wheel. This is commonly referred to as the “zero BAC” or “zero tolerance” rule.

Currency Act

Under Canada’s Currency Act of 1985, there are limits to how many coins can be used in a single transaction. Merchants can refuse your money if you try to buy something with more than $5 in nickels, $25 in loonies or $40 in toonies.

Dog Owners Liability Act

The owner of a dog is liable for damages resulting from a bite or attack by the dog on another person or domestic animal.

Proceedings against the

owner of the dog

A proceeding may be commenced in the Ontario Court of Justice against an owner of a dog if it is alleged that,

(a) the dog has bitten or attacked a person or domestic animal;

(b) the dog has behaved in a manner that poses a menace to the safety of persons or domestic animals; or

(c) the owner did not exercise reasonable precautions to prevent the dog from,

(i) biting or attacking a person or domestic animal, or

(ii) behaving in a manner that poses a menace to the safety of persons or domestic animals.

Legalizing Pot in Ontario

1. The legal age to buy recreational cannabis will remain 19.

2. Consumers will only be allowed to use legalized pot in a private residence, including the outdoor space of the home.

3. As of October 17, 2018, the Ontario Cannabis Store website will be the only legal option for purchasing recreational cannabis.

4. The province says a "tightly regulated" private retail model will start operation by April 1, 2019, and municipalities can opt-out of hosting any pot shops within their boundaries.

Distracted Driving

Starting January 1, 2019, the fines and penalties for distracted driving in Ontario are increasing. First-time offenders will see a fine increase up to $1000.00, three demerit points and a three-day license suspension.

Repeat offenders can receive a fine of up to $3000.00, six demerit points and a thirty-day license suspension for third-time convictions.

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