Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Canadian Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use

Created in 1995, the Canadian Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use draws its members from organizations in the public health, enforcement, treatment and hospital sectors that work in the areas of substance use surveillance, policy and planning, or otherwise directly serve local, high-risk populations.

Contact ccendu@ccsa.ca to connect with a regional network coordinator in your area.

Canadian Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use Network Coordinators

  • National Coordination
    Matthew Young, PhD
    Bridget Hall, MPH
    Doris Payer, PhD
    Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
  • British Columbia
    Dr Jane Buxton, MBBS, MHSc, FRCPC
    British Columbia Centre for Disease Control
  • Alberta
    Temporarily unassigned
  • Saskatchewan
    Temporarily unassigned
  • Manitoba
    Jackie Lemaire, PhD
    Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
  • Toronto
    Jayne Caldwell
    Toronto Public Health
  • Nova Scotia
    Patryk Simon
    Nova Scotia Health Authority
  • St. John’s
    Wayne Bishop
    Eastern Health
  • Prince Edward Island
    Marguerite Cameron, DVM PhD
    PEI Chief Public Health Office
  • Yukon
    Samantha Salter, DVM MPH
    Government of Yukon

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