sensible drug policy
We work together to develop evidence-based educational resources and chapter events.
When young people are criminalized for choices they make around drugs and drug use, doors close. The effects can negatively effect opportunities for education, travel, financial support and more.
When given evidence-based information, youth are armed to make educated decisions about their health. Harm reduction is only possible with awareness.
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From Our Chair
“We are achieving some of the most incredible goals. We created the Youth Toolkit on cannabis education, which was presented in the Senate as a contribution to Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act.
We’ve partnered with CFAMM to work towards getting medical cannabis covered by university insurance plans, and we’ve connected with campus officials to help ensure that universities and colleges are providing access to harm reduction resources such as Naloxone access, training and drug checking services.
Will you work with us towards sensible drug policy?”
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