Alcohol use is a cause of substantial health, social and financial harms. This includes alcohol dependence, FASD, cancers, liver cirrhosis, interpersonal violence, and injury or death resulting from impaired drivers. The Canadian Alcohol Policy Evaluation (CAPE) is a research project that assesses how well governments in Canada are implementing policies proven to reduce harm from alcohol use. This session will look at alcohol policies such as minimum legal age, health and safety messaging, and marketing and advertising restrictions, and provide recommendations for strengthening Saskatchewan’s policy response to alcohol harms. There will be time for Q&A.
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