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Madam Speaker, an important witness that the minister did not hear from in committee is Families For Justice.
Families For Justice is a group of traffic accident victims. They want a deterrent. They want the government to send a strong message that Canada does not tolerate impaired driving. One way of doing that is to impose a minimum sentence of five years for impaired driving causing death. We can see that this works as a deterrent since the prison population is decreasing.
Why did the minister not listen to Families for Justice and implement a five-year minimum sentence for impaired driving causing death?
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