After alcohol, cannabis is the most commonly used drug in Ontario. In its many forms (smoking, vaping and ingesting edibles), cannabis impacts everyone differently.
We provide information about the risks of cannabis use and the impact on health and well-being. We provide support to develop policies and education for your organization, workplace, school, or campus.
Learn more about cannabis:
- What is cannabis?
- Prohibition on sale, possession, and cultivation of cannabis
- Prohibition on places of cannabis consumption
- Enforcement of cannabis legislation
- Cannabis: Rental properties and landlord responsibilities
- Cannabis: Health effects and safety
- Mental Illness and cannabis
- Cannabis in the workplace
- Cannabis: Preconception, pregnancy, and breastfeeding
- Youth and cannabis
- Older adults and cannabis
- Cannabis: Safety, injuries, and poisonings
- Cannabis addictions and treatment services
For more information, contact our Cannabis Information Line at 705.522.9200, ext. 235.
The scientific name “cannabis” is the preferred term rather than the common name “marijuana”, which is often associated with racial discrimination and injustice.
This item was last modified on October 16, 2018