Young Canadians have one of the highest rates of cannabis consumption in the world and many misperceive the risks associated with cannabis-impaired driving. CPHA developed the Pot and Driving campaign, informed by youth focus groups and key informants, to facilitate conversations and raise awareness among young drivers and passengers on the harms associated with cannabis-impaired driving. The campaign was originally launched in 2005 and has been updated in 2018 to reflect the recent evidence. Resources are available in English and French.
- Discussion Guide
- 10 Questions for Teenagers
- Pot + Driving Poster (8.5 x 11)
- Pot + Driving Poster (11 x17)
Published By: Canadian Public Health Association
Publication Date: 2018