Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Addiction News Daily is CCSA’s news service; a co​​mpilation of stories pulled from various sources and focusing on topics con​cerning alcohol, drugs and their related harms (including alcohol and drug​ preventi​on, treatment, recovery and addiction, and substance abuse policy and political ​di​alogue)​. Th​​e stories are chosen for their potential interest to Canadians and are of national significance. The opinions expressed in Addiction News Daily stories are not necessarily those of CC​SA. ​

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February 28, 2020| CBC News

Who knew? Lower prices trigger higher sales at Cannabis NB

  • Cannabis
February 27, 2020| Edmonton Journal

Alberta budget 2020: Province slaps 20 per cent tax on vaping products

  • Vaping
  • Cannabis
February 27, 2020| Aldergrove Star

Harm reduction cutting Langley drug deaths, say social workers

  • Harm Reduction
February 27, 2020| CBC News

Hamilton facing a 'drug crisis,' fights back with community strategy

  • Harm Reduction
  • Prevention
February 26, 2020| NPR

Philadelphia Nonprofit Opening Nation's First Supervised Injection Site Next Week

  • Harm Reduction
February 26, 2020| Le Nouvelliste

Une approche adaptée aux communautés autochtones

  • Treatment
February 26, 2020| La Presse

Promotion de l’alcool: un groupe réclame plus d’encadrement

  • Alcohol
February 26, 2020| Montreal Gazette

Here is a portrait of Montreal's pre-legalization cannabis use

  • Cannabis
February 26, 2020| Mental Health Commission of Canada

Community-based grants for research projects in cannabis and mental health: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NOW OPEN

  • Cannabis
  • Mental Health
February 26, 2020| Edmonton Journal

Albertans will soon be allowed to drink in any recreational park

  • Alcohol
February 26, 2020| CBC News

She thought her daughter was in good hands. Then she died of an overdose [video]

  • Substance Use
  • Treatment
February 25, 2020| Nunavut News

Helping victims of trauma should come before new beer and wine store, says Nakashuk

  • Mental Health
  • Alcohol

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