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As of 2018, it became legal for Canadians to grow up to 4 cannabis plants per household. Having cannabis plants in a home poses risks but there are ways to grow more safely. A transcription in English of this resource is available on the NCCEH website.Read More
Calls to the BC Drug and Poison Information Centre on the Cusp of Cannabis Legalization, a webinar recording
The results of this webinar underlined the importance of standardized dosing of new products, public education on how to consume new products, how to keep cannabis products safely stored away from children, and how to make them less appealing and palatable to children.Read More
Urban and provincial public health departments and community agencies now have over ten years’ experience with crack pipe distribution as a strategy for harm reduction, prevention of blood borne infections, and community engagement. In this webinar, Winnipeg and Ottawa offered two case examples to consider what we’ve learned about a range of program outcomes, how we measure effectiveness and features of implementation or contexts that may influence results.Read More