In April 2021, Statistics Canada released a health report “Looking back from 2020, how cannabis use and related behaviours changed in Canada.” The report data compares the first year after legalization (October 17, 2018) with subsequent years 2019 and 2020. Report data was derived from the voluntary “National Cannabis Survey” which targeted Canadians 15 years of age or older, excluding residents of institutions, those experiencing homelessness, residents of the territories and people living on indigenous reserves. 16,467 people responded to the survey.
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