Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Social Media Calendar

Canadian alcohol intake increases during holidays, parties and vacations. The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addictions created this calendar of social media graphics to remind Canadians that if they’re planning to drink, moderation can help reduce harms from alcohol. Below are social media grap

Occasions where some people might drink beyond their limits include:

CCSA will update these graphics annually to reflect new research and messaging.

Show us your tweets by tagging us using @CCSACanada in English and @CCDUSCanada in French.


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Whether you’re going on vacation for spring break or meeting with friends at home, moderate drinking can help you have a safer spring break. Low-risk drinking guidelines suggest no more than 2 drinks daily for women and 3 drinks daily for men.

Learn More #RethinkTheDrink

Get the most from your spring break by feeling your best. Here are some tips to help:

  • For every alcoholic drink, have a non-alcoholic drink
  • Never drink on an empty stomach
  • Take breaks between days that you drink

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Have a green St. Patrick’s Day! If you plan to drink this St. Patrick’s Day, stay safe by drinking in moderation. A standard beer is 12 oz at 5% alcohol.

Find out the standard size for your drink of choice #RethinkTheDrink

Don’t test your luck! Reduce your alcohol intake by drinking in moderation to have your best St. Patrick’s Day yet. Low-risk drinking guidelines suggest no more than 2 drinks daily for women and 3 drinks daily for men.

Learn More #RethinkTheDrink

 

 

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