Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Cannabis Use and Risky Behaviours and Harms: A Comparison of Urban and Rural Populations in Canada

This publication has been archived on the CCSA website and was current when it was published. It is available for reference or research purposes.

Compares the harms and risky behaviours of cannabis use between urban and rural populations. Looking at behaviours such as driving after cannabis use and being a passenger of a driver who has used cannabis, this study determines there are no meaningful differences between urban and rural populations in terms of their cannabis use or the related harms and consequences.

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