Approved Roadside Saliva Test Faces Court Challenge in Canada -- CFN Media (Yahoo! Finance)

Approved Roadside Saliva Test Faces Court Challenge in Canada — CFN Media

CFN Media Group, the leading agency and financial media network dedicated to the North American cannabis industry, announces the publication of an article discussing UF startup Cannabix Technologies Inc. and its development of the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer, seeking to provide consistent, convenient, and accurate THC detection for both law enforcement and workplace applications.

In August of 2018 the Canadian federal government approved the use of the Drager DrugTest 5000 by law enforcement officials for the detection of THC in drivers. The Drager device is, to this point, the only such device that has made it through the testing process conducted by the independent Canadian Society of Forensic Science. The government has been touting saliva tests as an important tool in the campaign to limit drug-impaired driving, but so far the impact has been limited.

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