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Three places in B.C. are among the 10 cities in Canada with the highest number of impaired drivers, according to the latest numbers released Wednesday by Statistics Canada. Police reported 72,039 impaired driving incidents across the country in 2015. Kelowna recorded 323 impaired drivers per 100,000 people — second only to St. John’s for the highest ratio in Canada. Victoria was fourth, with 271 drivers per 100,000, and Abbotsford-Mission ranked eighth with 218 per 100,000. Vancouver was 16th, with a rate of 164 drivers being caught while under the influence.
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“You can’t change history, but you can learn from it,” he tweeted.