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What you need to know about cannabis

Jun 14, 2019 ..., learn how to use it responsibly and to reduce risks for yourself and others: Start with small amounts - 2.5 mg of THC or less for products that you eat or drink or 100 mg/g of THC or less for products that you inhale. Avoid smoking cannabis. The smoke from cannabis contains the same harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke. Avoid frequent use. Daily or near

Talk about cannabis

Jul 9, 2019 ... professionals Clearing the smoke on cannabis (Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction) Health care Health care professionals, Social workers Information for health care professionals: Cannabis (marihuana, marijuana) and the cannabinoids Health care Health care professionals, Consumers Risk of Cannabis on Fertility, Pregnancy, Breastfeeding and Parenting (Best

Understanding the report on Key Health Inequalities in Canada

Jul 15, 2019 ... in Canada Inequalities in Perceived Mental Health in Canada Inequalities in Mental Illness Hospitalization in Canada Inequalities in Tuberculosis (TB) in Canada, 2010 – 2014 Inequalities in Unintentional Injury Mortality in Canada Inequalities in Working Poor Canadians Inequalities in Obesity in Canada Inequalities in Smoking in Canada Inequalities in Food

Annex A: Data Fields in the Data Collection Form

Jul 11, 2019 ... recorded; Weight and date recorded; Blood pressure and date recorded; Smoking status and source information date; Alcohol intake and source information date; Exercise (yes/no, hours per day/week, express test results) and source information date; Audiogram (date and results for the most recent audiogram just prior to 5 October 2004 plus earliest audiogram in CAF

Original quantitative research – Tobacco, alcohol and marijuana use among Indigenous youth attending off-reserve schools in Canada: cross-sectional results from the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey

Jun 12, 2019 ... compared to 2008/09 data. Results: While smoking, alcohol, and marijuana rates have decreased compared to 2008/09 in both populations, the gap between the populations has mostly not. In 2014/15, Indigenous youth had higher odds of smoking (odds ratio [OR]: 5.26; 95% confidence interval [CI]: 3.54–7.81) and past-year drinking (OR: 1.43; 95% CI: 1.16–1.76) than non

1.0 Introduction

Jul 11, 2019 ...1.0 Introduction The 5 October 2004, fire on the HMCS CHICOUTIMI resulted in one fatality and several smoke inhalation injuries among the 56 surviving crewmembers. Following the fire, Canadian Forces Health Services supported the initial medical care of the crew, as well as an environmental health and safety investigation of the submarine at port in Faslane


Jul 18, 2019 ... [2018-07-09] June Ready-to-Eat Smoked Fish and Multi-Ingredient Products Containing Smoked Fish Notice of Modification to the List of Permitted Food Enzymes to Enable the Use of Lactase from Bacillus subtilis CB108 in Lactose-Reducing Enzyme Preparations and Certain Dairy Foods - Reference Number: NOM/ADM-0118 [2018-06-06] May Notice of Modification to the List

R. V. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Jul 18, 2019 ... and to stop smoking? Analysis [4] The Department of Employment and Social Development Act (DESD Act) governs the Tribunal’s operation. It provides three grounds of appeal that the Appeal Division can consider, namely, that the General Division failed to observe a principle of natural justice or made a jurisdictional error, made an error in law, or based its decision

Vaping product regulation

Jun 21, 2019 ...Vaping product regulation About vaping Vaping and quitting smoking Risks of vaping Vaping in Canada: what we know Vaping product regulation Vaping and youth On this page How vaping is regulated federally Other laws regulating vaping Information for the vaping industry How vaping is regulated federally Vaping products produced, advertised, imported or sold


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