Well, whichever way you look at it, Mame, discussions are continuing here:
Cellphone driving ban to come to BC?
Police chiefs in British Columbia want the province to ban drivers from using cellphones and other devices while behind the wheel.
The B.C. Association of Chiefs of Police has passed a resolution asking for changes to the law to ban cellphone use, even with hands-free devices.
Kelowna RCMP Supt. Bill McKinnon, who is the association's president, says research shows cellphone use only leaves half of a driver's attention on the road.
Victoria police Chief Jamie Graham says the chiefs' resolution goes further than laws in other provinces that have banned cellphones while driving.
While other jurisdictions allow drivers to talk on hands-free devices such as speaker phones and headsets, the B.C. chiefs want all cellphone use off limits.