Clinical psychologist Dr. Jonathan N. Stea tried to capture the nuance of Canadians’ increased REC consumption during the pandemic.
- He noted cannabis is “relatively safe,” but “cannabis addiction exists,” and healthy coping skills are generally better to help “cope with uncomfortable emotions” rather than “acutely intoxicating substances.”
- There’s no evidence of any increase of at-work cannabis use–in fact, the number of workers reporting cannabis use before work has fallen from 26% before legalization in 2018 to 21% this year.
Canadian HR Reporter
- Some edibles, vapes, and beverages contain palm oil, the production of which damages rainforests and may accelerate climate change. Now consumers are demanding LPs remove the ingredient or label it.
- Canada exported more dry flower (3,740 kilograms) in 2019 than any previous year, and nearly all of it went to Germany.
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