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  • Congrès Questions de substance 2017

    Questions de substance (QDS) est le seul congrès national du Canada à réunir des travailleurs en dépendance, des professionnels de la santé, des chercheurs, des décideurs et des courtiers du savoir de partout au pays. Ce grand rendez-vous d'apprentissage est une occasion exceptionnelle de parler de nouveaux développements et de pratiques exemplaires, et de suivre des ateliers pratiques sur la prévention de la dépendance, le traitement et le rétablissement. Le congrès met aussi en valeur les nouvelles recherches et les activités de mobilisation des connaissances du domaine.

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  • La Semaine nationale de sensibilisation aux toxicomanies (SNST)
    Du 12 au 18 novembre 2017​​

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  • 2018 McGill IHSP Conference - Legalizing Marijuana in Canada: Policy Challenges

    Du 26 au 27 avril 2018

    On April 26 and 27, the Institute for Health and Social Policy will be hosting a major international conference on the policy implications of the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes in Canada.

    The IHSP has assembled a very distinguished list of speakers, drawn from both academia, industry and the policy worlds, who will help us to think through the challenges and opportunities that legalization will give rise to. These include public safety and public health concerns, workplace challenges, and complex questions as to how best to put in place a legal marijuana market in a context where an illegal market already exists.

    Plenary speakers will include João Castel-Branco Goulão, one of the architects of Portugal's unique drug policy regime; Leonardo Costa Franco, the former Chair of Uruguay's National Drug Council, and Ethan Nadelmann, former Executive Director of the Drug Policy Alliance in the US. Sue Montgomery, the Mayor of Montreal's largest borough (CDN-NDG) will examine the legal change from the point of view of municipal policy. Chief Gina Deer and Chief Rhonda Kirby, from the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake will examine the policy from the point of view of First Nations. Panels will include considerations of taxation, harm reduction, impact on medical marijuana, and much more. More information about the conference can be found here: https://www.mcgill.ca/ihsp/events/marijuana

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    Site Web : https://www.mcgill.ca/ihsp/events/marijuana

    Du 26 au 27 avril 2018, Maxwell Cohen Moot Court - New Chancellor Day Hall, 3644 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, Canada, H3A 1W9

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  • SALIS/AMHL 2018: SALIS Turns 40!

    Du 1 au 4 mai 2018

    In honor of SALIS's 40th birthday, the 2018 SALIS & AMHL Conference is being held in Berkeley, California, home of SALIS Home!

    This year's hosts are Julie Murphy of PIRE, Tom Colthurst of the Silver Gate Group, SALIS Executive Director Andrea Mitchell, and Len Levin of the Association of Mental Health Librarians (AMHL).

    This is a conference you won't want to miss, packed with informative presentations, educational posters, engaging SIG and committee meetings, and LOTS of celebration!

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    Site Web : http://www.salis.org/conference/conference.html

    Du 1 au 4 mai 2018, Berkeley City Club , 2315 Durant Avenue, Berkeley, CA, USA,

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  • 12th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Drug Policy (ISSDP)

    Du 16 au 18 mai 2018

    The ISSDP Conference is a unique occasion to present your latest findings to an intellectually engaged, diverse and dedicated scholarly community, and to immerse yourself in the state of the art research across the full spectrum of drug policy research, with the participation of leading international scholars.

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    Site Web : http://www.sfu.ca/criminology/conference.html

    Du 16 au 18 mai 2018, Pan Pacific Hotel , 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC, Canada,

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Alertes et bulletins sur les drogues du RCCET

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