arrested her for drug-impaired operation of a motor vehicle.
Then, he demanded that she submit to a drug recognition evaluation. Ms. Stipo agreed. The officer took her to an OPP detachment where the evaluation could be conducted.
 The DRE concluded that Ms. Stipo’s ability to operate
a motor vehicle was impaired by a central nervous system
(“CNS”) depressant and that she was unable to operate a motor
The demand for a sample
 After completion of the drug recognition evaluation, the
DRE demanded that Ms. Stipo provide a urine sample so that
a toxicological analysis could be made to determine whether she
had a drug in her body. Ms. Stipo complied. She provided the
 A toxicological analysis of the urine sample Ms. Stipo
The pre-trial disclosure
 As part of the pre-trial disclosure, the Crown provided
defence counsel with the DRE and toxicology reports relating to
Ms. Stipo. The Crown also disclosed a dated copy of the DRE
training manual including topics such as
— Curriculum vitae Preparation and Maintenance;
— Case Preparation and Testimony;
— Transition to Certificate Training.
The disclosure application
 A brief description of the various items of which trial
counsel sought disclosure from the Crown will help to better
understand what is in issue.