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),

New Resource: Differences in Cannabis Perceptions Among Canadian Adolescent Boys and Girls

Cannabis is the second most widely used substance among youth in Canada, after alcohol. Recent evidence suggests adolescent boys and girls use cannabis differently. Gender

CCSA: Alcohol Education Tailored for Youth: What We Heard Report

Alcohol is the most commonly used substance among youth in Canada. We wanted to know from young people what they think about the alcohol education

Competencies for Canada’s Substance Use Workforce – Final Release

Behavioural and technical competencies describe the necessary behaviours, skills and knowledge required for both regulated and unregulated professionals who work with people who use substances.  The newly updated Competencies for

CCSA Releases Two More Interactive Online Learning Resources

The full suite of stigma learning modules is now online.  Overcoming Stigma now includes three modules, available in French and English. For the two new

Guidelines for Partnering with People with Lived and Living Experience of Substance Use and Their Families and Friends

Author: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction People with lived and living experience of substance use and their families and friends (LLEAFF) are experts in

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