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A significant ruling at the Supreme Court of Canada today said Canadians can expect the text messages they send and receive to stay private in a court of law – at least in some circumstances.
Much has changed in recent years when it comes to teenagers and their use of technology. This report examines the current landscapes of teens’ technology use.
A poll from the Canadian Automobile Association found that the majority of Canadians agree that texting and driving is socially unacceptable.
The video shows a simulation of 1,500 people using their smartphones while crossing an intersection.
By Alexis MacDonald and Kait Morris Distracted driving charges will now come with harsher penalties for drivers. The once $155 fine will soon be $280. Humber News reporter Alexis MacDonald has more.
Toronto police have started the “Don’t Drive Distracted” campaign to enforce good driving behaviour.