Responsible Drivers Keep Roads Safe after BBQ

Campus Safety was out in full force on Monday evening as the Edward’s School of Business held its annual “LB5Q”, the largest student-run party in all of Canada. Peace officers issued just one suspension for driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.05, and another for a novice-level driver operating a vehicle after consuming alcohol of any amount, with most students choosing other options for getting home from campus after the party. Forty-three tickets under the Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act (AGRA) and three traffic offences rounded out the night.
Although the Edwards School of Business Students’ Society (ESBS) holds the actual barbecue away from the university, Campus Safety works closely with the ESBS to ensure the safety of those involved during the before and after portions of the event.