Why liquor stores are an essential service amid the coronavirus pandemic

By: RACHAEL D’AMORE GLOBAL NEWS The Ontario government’s inclusion of liquor stores as an essential service permitted to stay open in the time of coronavirus set off a

CCSA: New Cannabis Public Education Resources and Web Page

With the legalization of edible cannabis products, cannabis extracts and cannabis topicals, Canadians now have access to a variety of ways to consume cannabis. There

Maclean’s: What’s it like to be a non-drinker at a Canadian university?

by Stacy Lee Kong Nov 27, 2019 Downey (centre) is part of a growing trend of students socializing without alcohol (Photograph by Andrew Tolson) St. Francis

Researcher to study Canada’s success in preventing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

It takes a village to raise a child and an entire community to support pregnant women to grow healthy babies, says one University of Queensland

CTV: Worrying rise in alcohol-related harm among women, CAMH says

  Solarina Ho , CTVNews.ca Writer Published Monday, September 30, 2019 4:56PM EDT TORONTO — Health experts are calling for tighter alcohol regulations amid a worrying rise

CBC: Thousands of young people hospitalized due to cannabis and other substance use, report reveals

Cannabis accounted for nearly 40 per cent of hospital stays among youth for harm from substance use, according to a new Canadian report. (Jason Redmond/Reuters) About

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