Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) is a grassroots network comprised of youth and students who are concerned about the negative impact our drug policies have on individuals and communities. We work on local, national and international levels to promote sensible drug policy, increase harm reduction awareness, and disseminate evidence-based educational resources.
Board member Kyle Lumsden talks about his experiences attending the 2016 Students for Sensible Drug Policy conference in Washington, DC.
Au fil des quatre dernières décénies, nombre de politiciens ont martelé un discours pronant que la prohibition tiendrait les drogues loin de la portée des jeunes. Cependant, comme nous avons pu l’observer, la situation inverse s’est produite et les taux d’usage de substances illicites sont plus hauts que jamais.
It was a week of high hopes at the UN with Canadian Minister of Health Jane Philpott’s announcement of the country’s plan to legalize cannabis in Spring 2017. The Minister’s statement also focused on safe injection sites, naloxone distribution, support for people who use drugs, and harm reduction practices.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Tara Marie Watson gives her insight on cannabis legalization.
CSSDP interviewed Craig Jones, the Executive Director of NORML Canada, to give his take on upcoming cannabis legalization.