Cannabis policy

By any measure, cannabis prohibition in Canada has failed to meet the stated objective of reducing demand. Despite extensive enforcement efforts, cannabis remains the most frequently used illegal drug in Canada; among youth, it is the second-most-used psychoactive substance, after alcohol. Compared to other jurisdictions, rates of use among Canadian youth are high, and a significant illegal market in cannabis production and distribution continues to flourish in Canada.

This entry was posted in Briefing Papers, Drug policy, English, French, Our Work, Publications. Publication Topics: . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.
Doc Type