Pot and Driving Campaign
Young Canadians have one of the highest rates of cannabis use in the world and many choose to drive a motor vehicle after using pot. CPHA, with funding from Canada’s Drug Strategy, Health Canada, launched the Pot and Driving campaign to raise awareness among young Canadian drivers, 14-18 years-of-age, and their passengers of the risks of cannabis-impaired driving. This national campaign was developed through an extensive review of current evidence and input from both professionals and Canadian youth. The documents are available in English, French and Inuktitut.
Stop Smoking: A Smoking Cessation Resource for Those Who Work with Women
Respecting the Air We Breathe
Young adults are a priority population for tobacco control in Canada. Respecting the Air We Breathe examined young adults as a target audience for second-hand tobacco smoke messages.