DriveABLE tests unfair to seniors Williams Lake Tribune February 16, 2012

In Canadian provinces like Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, there are no driver restrictions based on age.
In Alberta those 75 and older must have a medical at five-year renewal time; doctors only can prescribe a DriveABLE test.
Ontario has a Senior Driver Renewal program including a vision, knowledge, and in some cases a road test.
Quebec has a medical and vision evaluation at license renewal time; some restrictions such as daylight driving, and no freeway driving may apply.