Drink Less, Live More is the message of CCSA’s new advertising campaign promoting Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health. The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
COVID-19 has driven a shift toward virtual services, including substance use care. However, many equity-deserving populations in Canada still lack access to these virtual resources.
The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) has developed the new Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health Communications Toolkit. The online toolkit can be used
By Katie Dangerfield Global News Posted March 12, 2023 1:00 am Retrieved from https://globalnews.ca/news/9533914/canadian-drinking-habits-health-canada-guidelines/?_cldee=XCRCBSbgwdM6-J-z8Ifzm8YljTjlRb_db9PP_WtmcJwCbAynU6svmdOcao_EO_zr&recipientid=contact-e551c9199c4ce8118147480fcff4b171-304a313a28394204b4d4c780d20bc789&esid=d41d8797-b1c1-ed11-b597-000d3a09c3d2 Nearly three-quarters of Canadians say they aren’t changing their drinking habits despite recent national guidelines
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Summarizes the evidence drawn from worldwide evidence reviews, mathematical modelling, and extensive consultations and discussions. The Guidance provides people in Canada with accurate and current