Zero impairment

Snowmobilers on the North Star Trail enjoy a sober day of riding.
Snowmobilers on the North Star Trail enjoy a sober day of riding.

The CCSO is reviewing the new Canadian laws on marijuana. In line with our motto, “Zero I say until we are done for the day,” the CCSO board of directors is reviewing the text and the logos for the Zero Tolerance Program.

Our sport can be very challenging without any level of impairment. Let the thrill of the ride and the experience of being outdoors in our winter paradise be the adrenalin for your system. Any products that may cause impairment of any kind should be kept off the trail.  Make each and every ride better and more fun for you and your family. Play it safe today to ride for another day!

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