Last year 57 people in Saskatchewan lost their lives in impaired driving related accidents.
That number becomes even more significant when it reads 46 per-cent of all fatal car accidents involved impaired driving.
SGI minister Joe Hargrave says while they are open to more rules and regulations to combat the issue, a zero tolerance law is something that would take time to implement.
Hargrave says after a dismal year in 2016, they are seeing a decrease in impaired driving cases this year.
In January the tolerance level was reduced from a blood alcohol content of point zero eight to point zero four.