Alberta Distracted Driving

LOOK: How Your Crotch Can Kill You

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 04.13.2014 | Canada Alberta

CALGARY - An ad campaign called "Crotches Kill" has been rolled out in Alberta to discourage drivers from using hand-held devices they hide in their l...

Trolling Cops With iPhone Cookies

The Huffington Post Alberta | Posted 12.12.2013 | Canada Alberta

Photos of an iPhone cookie baker, who admits to trolling for cops, has prompted laughs and sparked outrage on Facebook. Edmonton radio station Hot ...

LOOK: 14 Signs Of Distracted Driving

The Huffington Post Alberta | Posted 11.24.2013 | Canada Alberta

Calgary police say they are on the lookout for distracted drivers as winter driving conditions deteriorate and a busy holiday season arrives. Both ...

People In Alberta Still Doing A Lot Of This

The Huffington Post Alberta | Posted 09.03.2013 | Canada Alberta

It's been two years since the Alberta government introduced distracted driving legislation, and despite plenty of tickets being handed out, officials ...

Readers Slam The Phone On This Idea

The Huffington Post Alberta | Posted 03.13.2013 | Canada Alberta

It was only a contemplation but suggestions that Alberta drivers may have their cellphones taken away by police as punishment for distracted driving h...

Should Police Be Able To Take Your Phone Away For This?

The Huffington Post Alberta | Posted 03.12.2013 | Canada Alberta

Alberta police may soon be able to seize your cellphone if you are caught distracted driving with it. Alberta Solicitor General Jonathan Denis told...

LOOK: Stop Looking At Your Crotch, Says The Government

The Huffington Post Alberta | Posted 02.21.2013 | Canada Alberta

What if you stepped up to a urinal and the puck inside spoke and said, "I know what you're doing down there?" That exact thing is happening all ove...

Should Distracted Drivers Lose Points, Too?

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 02.19.2013 | Canada Alberta

EDMONTON - Alberta's police chiefs are pressing the province to hand out demerits for distracted driving tickets.Edmonton police Chief Rod Knecht says...