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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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August 16, 2022| Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

CCSA’s COVID-19 resource section has what you need to know about the impacts of COVID-19 on substance use.

  • COVID-19
  • Substance Use
August 12, 2022| Sudbury Star

Municipalities lack funds to address homelessness, addiction: Report

  • Substance Use
  • Policy
August 2, 2022| Mental Health Commission of Canada / Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Webinar on 2SLGBTQ+ Mental Health and Substance Use Health, August 3 (tomorrow) @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm EDT

  • Mental Health
  • Substance Use
July 26, 2022| Le Journal de Montréal

À Trois-Rivières, des sans-abris chassés d'églises abandonnées

  • Substance Use
July 25, 2022| CambridgeToday.ca

Latest data shows overdose-related emergency calls still rising

  • Substance Use
July 17, 2022| Radio-Canada

Une consultation publique pour régler la crise des surdoses

  • Substance Use
July 13, 2022| Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

CCSA’s COVID-19 resource section has what you need to know about the impacts of COVID-19 on substance use.

  • COVID-19
  • Substance Use
July 4, 2022| Toronto Star

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians could see their drug possession records disappear

  • Substance Use
June 21, 2022| Radio-Canada

Autotests du GHB : l’Ordre des chimistes invite à la prudence

  • Substance Use

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