C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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76.1.4. When the offence for which the cancellation or suspension is incurred is failing or refusing to comply with a peace officer’s demand or having a high blood alcohol concentration level, the one-and three-year sanction periods set out in the first paragraph of section 76 are extended by two years.
If, during the 10 years before the 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 comprehensive 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.
2007, c. 40, s. 12; 2010, c. 34, s. 7; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 15; 2018, c. 19, s. 28.
76.1.4. When the offence for which the cancellation or suspension is incurred is refusing to provide a breath sample or having a high blood alcohol concentration level, the one-and three-year sanction periods set out in the first paragraph of section 76 are extended by two years and the person must, in order to obtain a new licence, establish by means of a comprehensive 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.
2007, c. 40, s. 12; 2010, c. 34, s. 7.
See transitional provisions, S.Q. 2018, c. 19, s. 71.
76.1.4. When the offence for which the cancellation or suspension is incurred is refusing to provide a breath sample or having a high blood alcohol concentration level, the one-and three-year sanction periods set out in the first paragraph of section 76 are extended by two years and the person must, in order to obtain a new licence, establish by means of a comprehensive 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.
2007, c. 40, s. 12; 2010, c. 34, s. 7.
76.1.4. When the offence for which the cancellation or suspension is incurred is refusing to provide a breath sample or when it is an alcohol-related offence and the person’s blood alcohol concentration level at the time of the offence exceeded 160 mg in 100 ml of blood, the one-and three-year sanction periods set out in the first paragraph of section 76 are extended by two years and the person must, in order to obtain a new licence, establish by means of a comprehensive 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.
2007, c. 40, s. 12.