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Manitoba senior drivers

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Manitoba does not mass monitor senior drivers. However, in Alberta,
over 8,000 of Alberta’s older citizens have lost their right to drive because
of mass monitoring & the application of the Simard MD & DriveABLE
pilot project which is neither fair, accurate or ethical.
Doctors are paid $75.00 for administering the Simard MD, may charge AHS
up to $160.00 for the medical. If there is a bounty by government to get
seniors off the road as there is in Ontario, doctors may profit close to
$300.00 for every senior that they they process. These are healthy seniors
who do not require medical care.