Cannabis Use and Driving: Evidence Review


This policy brief is the result of a review of the research on cannabis impairment and driving that is currently underway at the CDPC. This project has involved an extensive scoping review of research with the aim of critically assessing current understandings of cannabis impairment and approaches for detecting cannabis impairment for the purpose of reducing impaired driving and promoting traffic safety.

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