How has Canada’s cannabis use changed since legalization and the pandemic?

By Nicole Bogart

EDMONTON — The number of Canadians who consume cannabis both occasionally and regularly is on the rise – and there is some evidence to suggest the COVID-19 pandemic may be inspiring some to indulge more often.

By late 2020, one in five Canadians (20 per cent) reported having used cannabis in the past three months; an increase from the 14 per cent of people who reported use before legalization and the 18 per cent who used cannabis in the months following legalization in 2018.

To read more:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *