Pot impaired


Nicholas Donaldson

Tim Jogensen, right, instructed Anthony Gill-Roisin and Jacob Empey before they began a trial run of the new marijuana-impaired driving simulation being tested at the ’52 Canadians Arena here last Thursday. The simulation involved goggles (worn by Gill-Roisin) that change the wearer’s perception of colour and causes them to second-guess themselves when pedalling around a course, representing the slower decision-making and delayed reaction time of a driver under the influence of marijuana.