Saskatoon police will bring Operation Fall Frenzy to the streets today.
It’s part of a two-day province-wide blitz cracking down on aggressive driving.
Police said in a news release that they will target several violations — including speeding, running red lights, failing to stop at stop signs, stunting and racing.
The crack-down doesn’t end at the edge of the city. Saskatoon police said Fall Frenzy is inspired by a four-day national blitz called Operation Impact.