Cannabis Data Questioned

Federal claims that cannabis use is commonplace among young Canadians is contradicted by the Public Health Agency’s own data, according to documents. A 2010 high school questionnaire cited as the main source of data said teenagers were more likely to drink beer than smoke marijuana: “Drinking seems to be more socially acceptable than cannabis.”

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