Manitoba RCMP has released its impaired driving statistics from January 1 to Nov 30 this year.
Across the province, there were 73 deaths in 63 collisions with 21 involving suspected alcohol use.
Today is National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day which coincides with the launch of the holiday season impaired driving enforcement blitz.
With impaired driving being the biggest criminal cause of death in Manitoba, it is something that the RCMP takes very seriously, and they hope that you can help change the statistics.
Make sure to report any suspected impaired drivers to your local RCMP detachment, as well as make the smart choice and plan ahead to not drive impaired this holiday season.