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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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September 22, 2021| 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
September 16, 2021| Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Sask. issues primer: Parties differ widely on overdose crisis

  • Substance Use
September 12, 2021| CBC News

Addiction specialists accused of 'massive conflict of interest' for ties to drug-testing industry

  • Substance Use
August 31, 2021| Vancouver Sun

More than 1,000 people have died in B.C. from suspected drug toxicity in first half of 2021

  • Substance Use
August 31, 2021| Power 97

Manitoba on pace to exceed drug-overdose deaths in 2021

  • Substance Use
  • Lived and Living Experience
August 30, 2021| TVA Nouvelles

Semaine catastrophique en matière de surdoses à Montréal

  • Substance Use
August 23, 2021| The Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine

Register by August 24 for the CSAM-SMCA 2021 Annual Scientific Conference and save $100 off the regular rate! The conference takes place virtually, October 21-23, 2021

  • Substance Use
August 19, 2021| Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba youth concerned about mental health: survey

  • Mental Health
  • Substance Use
  • Youth
August 11, 2021| CTV News

Lethbridge drug overdose deaths up 67 per cent over last year

  • Substance Use

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