Researcher wants to change the way Canadians talk about drugs - https://www.vernonmorningstar.com/…/renowned-researcher-sh…/
EFSDP: "We new when working with the Task Force that age 18 was the chosen legal age but each province would consider their own age limit." Judith Renaud~For Saskatchewan 19 is legal age http://www.cbc.ca/1.4576417
This post is not about drug policy but about respecting young people and their rights! LIVE NOW: Students across the country stage walkouts to protest gun violence. https://www.wthr.com/1780871
EFSDP: Outdated and inappropriate for 2018! "Strange too, conservative teachers support UN report: "the use of cannabis would be incompatible with the obligations assumed by Canada under the 1961 Convention as amended.”
UN Report Scolds Countries for Cannabis Legalization | Leafly https://www.leafly.com/…/united-nations-report-scolds-count… #cannabis #leafly
Educators for Sensible Drug Policy Research: Look for more information and an opportunity to learn more about medicinal #cannabis New evidence suggests some youth use medicinal pot, find out why. https://joom.ag/tTeY
EFSDP: Educators look for true and false resonance in drug education. A Perspective | Why it’s not ‘enabling’ to make drug use safer
EFSDP: Sharing a #cannabis joint is not drug trafficking, court notes https://www.timesofmalta.com/…/sharing-a-cannabis-joint-is-…
EFSDP: Report by UVic researcher makes clear the war on drugs is still raging strong across B.C.
EFSDP: "The fear, the stigma, the lies continue." Judith Renaud Marijuana concerns continue to dominate Senate debate on Bill C-45 https://www.theleafnews.com/…/cannabis-concerns-continue-to…
The study, which reached out to more than 64,000 Manitoba students, suggests children who are bullied are also more likely to use drugs — although the nature of the relationship isn't precisely clear.
"Of course, we can only say that there's an association. But I think it's also really important just to indicate that these associations are real. Bullying is increasing the likelihood of these other things happening," said Tracie Afifi, an associate professor of community health science at the U of M.
"We can't say it's a causal relationship, but it's not to say that studies that are unable to say that … are not useful and powerful, because they are."
EFSDP Research: Denial of #cannabis leads to death. 'I think they failed her': Father blames barriers to cannabis for daughter's death http://www.abc.net.au/…/father-blames-barriers-to-c…/9510486 via @ABCNews
EFSDP Research: A farmer since 1985 decides to clear his greenhouses to plant #cannabis #science #agriculture What do Educators want to tell young people about the value of pot agriculture and its contribution to the B.C. economy?
EFSDP: "Schools have not changed over the years, the thought of adding evidence based drug education may be too difficult for many school districts to comprehend. Bringing in law enforcement is so much easier even though the DARE program has proved ineffective" Judith Renaud
A valuable addition for discussion in all high schools.
The importance of self-reflection http://blog.irisconnect.com/…/importance-of-self-reflection/
Good read! Why We Can’t Look Away From Our Screens https://nyti.ms/2n7mbUT
EFSDP: Anti drug advertising and programs like DARE have been widely researched and considered obsolete in the cannabis business world which is bent on more wealth and more power!
"Colombia looks to become the world’s supplier of legal marijuana" http://dpo.st/2FDY5hB via @cannabist