Index to Bill C-46 sections that go into force December 18, 2018:

Substantive DUI/Excess Alcohol Offense Bill C-46 320.14 Operate Conveyance While Impaired/Over 80

Refusal Offense/Presumption Bill C-46 320.15 Failure or Refusal to Comply with a Demand

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.27 Screening Demand with Reasonable Suspicion

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.27 Screening Demand without Reasonable Suspicion - Random

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.28 Demand by DRE Officer for Urine or Blood

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.28 Breath Demand for AI Analysis

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.28 Blood Demand

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.28 DRE Demand

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.28 Blood Demand on Drug RPG

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.31 Presumption of BAC

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.32 Certificate of Qualified Technician or Analyst

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.33 Instrument Test Record Ticket

DUI Procedure/Evidence Bill C-46 320.35 Care or Control Presumption

Penalties/Suspension on Conviction, Prohibition Bill C-46 320.19 Penalty for Impaired, Over 80, Refuse

Penalties/Suspension on Conviction, Prohibition Bill C-46 320.19(3) Minimum Fines for High BAC

Penalties/Suspension on Conviction, Prohibition Bill C-46 320.19(4) Minimum Fine for Refuse Demand

Penalties/Suspension on Conviction, Prohibition Bill C-46 320.22 Aggravating Circumstances for Sentencing

Drive While Suspended Offense Bill C-46 320.18 Drive Disqualified

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