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The information on COVID-19 and substance use in this section is organized under specific topics. Topics covered include harm reduction, opioids, alcohol, homeless and marginalized populations, and treatment services and recovery. CCSA cannot vouch for the accuracy or currency of the information…Tags:
Information and resources about impaired driving, including risks, harms and legal limits.Tags:
Information and resources about CCSA's focus on evidence-based policy, which is informed by health and social impacts to identify potential problems and solutions.
While the prevalence of methamphetamine use among the general population in Canada is low, since 2013 there has been a dramatic increase in the availability and harms associated with methamphetamine in Canada. This trend is particularly true in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. …Tags:
Partners and Collaboration (Cannabis)
Information and resources about partnered resources to support community dialogue about cannabis use.Tags:
Chandni Sondagar, MPH, PMP
Chandni’s areas of expertise include public health, immunization, knowledge translation and health promotion.Tags:
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How to Reduce the Risks of Vaping Cannabis:
This video provides recommendations on how to lower the risks associated with vaping cannabis. How to Reduce the Risks of…