This CCSA-CCENDU Bulletin that CARBC contributed to provides a series of short snapshots describing opioid misuse in Canadian communities.
In February and March 2013, East Kootenay Addiction Services Society conducted their sixth Adolescent Drug Use Survey. The region-wide survey, first undertaken by them in 2002, includes all students in Grades 7–12 in the East Kootenay. The survey is conducted every two years to monitor changes in drug use patterns and attitudes amongst East Kootenay adolescents.
This document, Creating Municipal Alcohol Policy, has been prepared by the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with BC Healthy Communities, to serve as a guide for local governments/First Nations in the planning of a municipal alcohol policy (MAP). A MAP helps local governments/First Nations manage alcohol facilities they own and manage, and reduces liability for alcohol-related problems. This guide explains what a MAP is, how it can benefit your local government/First Nation and how to create one, from start to finish.