CCSA: New report summarizes public safety aspects of cannabis legalization 

As we approach the three-year legislative review of the Cannabis Act, it is a good time to review the knowledge on the public safety aspects of

Alcohol Policy in Canada — webinar series starting Oct. 20

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about significant changes in alcohol policy, consumption trends and harms. It is time for a renewed discussion on what this

At-a-glance – Prevalence of alcohol use among women of reproductive age in Canada

Abstract Introduction: Reporting on alcohol use among women of reproductive age in Canada addresses a major gap in evidence. Methods: We assessed the prevalence of weekly and

Updated Suite of Resources on Provincial, Territorial and Sex-Specific Harms of Substance Use in Canada

Costs related to substance use in Canada continue to be astronomical, totalling $46 billion in 2017. The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA),

Government of Canada supports projects to help people living with alcohol use disorder

OTTAWA, ON, June 10, 2021 /CNW/ – Alcohol is one of the most commonly used substances among Canadians. According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information, hospitalizations

GLobal News: Boredom, stress during pandemic behind rise in alcohol, cannabis use for some Canadians: survey

By Kalina Laframboise  The ongoing health crisis has played a role in Canadians’ use of drugs and alcohol, with boredom and stress driving a boost

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