About the National Anti-Drug Strategy

Through the National Anti-Drug Strategy, the Government of Canada contributes to safer and healthier communities by helping prevent use, treat dependency and reduce production and distribution of illicit drugs as well as by addressing prescription drug abuse.

Launched in 2007, the Strategy is carried out by 12 federal departments and agencies, and led by the Department of Justice Canada. It has three action plans:

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