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Contrary to popular belief, people can become addicted to cannabis. Continued, frequent and heavy cannabis use can cause physical dependency and addiction.
Services and information: Growing cannabis at home, consuming cannabis, safety, storage, possession limits.
The flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant are used for their ability to cause effects on the mind. The long-term effects of cannabis on your brain can include an increased risk of addiction.
Learn about the effects of cannabis on mental health and brain development.
This guide provides information on the requirements of the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations related to voluntary recalls of cannabis and cannabis products.
Canadian cannabis market data for all legal cannabis sales as well as for medical, non-medical sales, inventory and cultivation area data.
How to access cannabis for medical purposes.
The Cannabis Act came into force on October 17, 2018. Since that date, new regulations have replaced the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). Some changes have been made to improve patient access.
The Canadian Tobacco and Nicotine Survey (CTNS) 2019 measures the prevalence of cigarette smoking, vaping, alcohol and cannabis use among Canadians aged 15 years and older. CTNS is conducted by Statistics Canada on behalf of Health Canada.
The Cannabis Act sets out a system for the legal, strictly regulated production, distribution and sale of cannabis