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

Virtual Care for Mental Health and Substance Use During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has created disruptions in our lives that can cause feelings of stress and anxiety. These feelings are normal. Have you been experiencing

Message From The Canadian Centre on Substance Use And Addiction

Dear colleague, Canadians are feeling the strain during the COVID-19 pandemic. While these uncertain times are proving difficult for us all, they are presenting greater

Alarming number of women are drinking more during the pandemic

Author: Abbie Alford (Reporter) SAN DIEGO — During the pandemic, several studies found that Americans are drinking far more than they did in previous years and

Depression, anxiety spur pandemic alcohol consumption

Written by Robby Berman on January 29, 2021 — Fact checked by Alexandra Sanfins, Ph.D. A new study finds that depression and anxiety contribute to increased drinking during the pandemic.

CCSA Webinar Series: National Alcohol Forum, Implications of COVID-19.

(Message from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction) Dear colleague,  Please join us for a new webinar series focused on alcohol, the National Alcohol

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