Knowing Your Limits with Cannabis: A Practical Guide to Assessing Your Cannabis Use
Helps people reflect on their cannabis use patterns while providing tips and strategies to encourage lower-risk behaviours to reduce harm. Individuals can use this independently or with the support of healthcare, mental health or addiction service providers.
Community Urinalysis and Self-Report Project: Cross-Canada Report on the Use of Drugs from the Unregulated Supply, 2019-2021 Data
Presents substance use trends and describes whether expected substance use matched actual substance contents. Data were collected from harm reduction sites in seven regions across Canada that participated in the Community Urinalysis and Self-Report Project between 2019 and 2021.Learn more about Community Urinalysis and Self-Report Project: Cross-Canada Report on the Use of Drugs from the Unregulated Supply, 2019-2021 Data
Enhancing Drug-Impaired Driving Data across Canada: A Summary of 34 Recommended Data Indicators
A summary table highlighting 34 recommended indicators for enhancing and standardizing the collection of drug-impaired driving data in Canada to help reduce injuries and fatalities. The indicators are divided into nine separate categories related to law enforcement and justice, health, transport, a…Learn more about Enhancing Drug-Impaired Driving Data across Canada: A Summary of 34 Recommended Data Indicators
Are There Risks to Vaping Cannabis?
The videos below provide an overview of cannabis vaping and its risks. They touch on the different mental and physical risks that are linked with vaping cannabis and provide recommendations on how to lower the risks if one chooses to vape cannabis.
To compliment the videos, we have produced Talking to Youth about Cannabis Vaping, a guide for healthcare professionals.
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