76.1.2. When the offence for which a cancellation or suspension is incurred is an alcohol- or drug-related offence and if, during the 10 years before cancellation or suspension, the person incurred no cancellation or suspension for an alcohol- or drug-related offence, for having a high blood alcohol concentration level or for failing or refusing to comply with a peace officer’s demand in connection with alcohol or drugs, the person must, to obtain a new licence, establish by means of a summary assessment that the person’s relationship with alcohol or drugs does not compromise the safe operation of a road vehicle corresponding to the class of licence applied for.
A person who fails a summary assessment must meet the requirement set out in the first paragraph by means of a comprehensive assessment.
A person who passes a summary assessment must, after paying the Société the related fees, successfully complete an education program accredited by the Minister of Transport that is designed to raise driver awareness about alcohol-and drug-related problems.
2007, c. 40, s. 12; 2018, c. 7, s. 131; 2018, c. 19, s. 27.