CCSA’s Issues of Substance Conference

Digital Delegate Bag

We are pleased to present conference attendees at CCSA’s Issues of Substance with a digital delegate bag. The digital delegate bag contains links to many informative resources from CCSA, as well as to documents and resources from some of the conference sponsors.

CCSA Resources


Knowing Your Limits with Alcohol: A Practical Guide to Assessing Your Drinking

COVID-19, Alcohol and Cannabis Use [infographic]


Impact of Cannabis Legalization on Youth Contact with the Criminal Justice System

On-Premise Cannabis Use: Public Health and Safety Considerations [Policy Brief]

Talking to Youth About Cannabis Vaping: A Guide for Healthcare Professionals


Mental Health and Substance Use During COVID-19 - Leger Poll Results

Mental Health and Substance Use During Covid-19 Spotlight On Canadian Households With Young Children [infographic]


Lower-Risk Gambling Guidelines

Mental Health

Substance Use, Mental Health and Suicide among Inuit in Canada (Report at a Glance)


Overcoming Stigma: Online Learning

Virtual Services

Considerations for Virtual Services and Supports for Substance Use and Concurrent Disorders [Policy Brief]

Virtual Care for Mental Health and Substance Use During COVID-19 [infographic]

Workforce Competencies

Competencies for Canada’s Substance Use Workforce Video Series

Workplace Safety

Substance Use and the Workplace: Supporting Employers and Employees in the Trades [toolkit]

Conference Sponsor Resources

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Amplifying Black Experiences in Cannabis and Mental Health Key Takeaways

Stigma and Opioid Crisis Report Summary

Healthcare Excellence Canada

Shaping the future of quality and safety

Canada FASD Research Network  

Online Course Brochure

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation


Canadian Executive Council on Addictions

Final report on primary care remuneration - Executive Summary

Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC)

AFMC's Response to the Opioid Crisis: A Webinar Series Supporting a Community of Practice

Canadian Health Workforce Network

Issues of Substance Conference Panel


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