EDITOR: Opinion (a lawyers dream)

EDITOR: Oh Canada, until the test can distinguish between active and inactive THC it should not be incorporated.  According to an article in High Times, author Adam Drury states, “However, Bill C-46 allows police to charge a driver with drug-impaired driving based solely on the presence of THC. Officers, in other words, do not have to prove actual impairment. But police will still need reasonable grounds of suspected drug activity to issue a roadside saliva drug test.”  My opinion, “reasonable grounds” is subjective and open to interpretation by the courts.  https://hightimes.com/news/canadian-government-approves-device-for-roadside-saliva-drug-tests/