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Behaviours and Beliefs Related to Cannabis Before Legalization : A Public Safety Perspective / by Karen Koundakjian, Anton Maslov, Holly Ellingwood.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Comportements et croyances entourant le cannabis avant la légalisation : La sécurité publique en perspective.

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Bibliography

Includes bibliographic references, p. 32-33.

Description

1 online resource (52 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Comportements et croyances entourant le cannabis avant la légalisation : La sécurité publique en perspective.

Summary

"Using the 2017 Canadian Cannabis Survey (CCS), the following report presents analyses of self-reported behaviours of those who used cannabis for non-medical purposes (cannabis use for non-medical purposes is defined as use for a range of non-medical reasons) in the past 12 months." -- Executive Summary and Highlights, p. 1.

Subject

Online Access

Contents

1. Data Source - 2017 Canadian Cannabis Survey. -- 2. Methods of Cannabis Consumption. -- 3. Sources of Cannabis. -- 4. Drug-Impaired Driving. -- 5. Interactions with Law Enforcement. -- 6. Price of Cannabis and Quantity Consumed.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Public Safety Canada. Research Division) ; 2018-R005.

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