Consuming alcohol can be linked to a variety of harmful health effects both long-term and short term including damage to your organs, increased risk of cancer, and mental health issues.
2019 Alcohol Report
Reducing Alcohol Related Harms: Grey Bruce Position Paper
Creating a Culture of Moderation in Grey Bruce
Substance Misuse in Grey Bruce: Current Priority Issues and Strategic Directions for Moving Forward
CCSA has now released Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health previously your Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines.
The updated guidance is to support individuals in making informed decisions about their alcohol use and health, and to ensure understanding that alcohol use comes with risk;
For these guidelines, “a drink” means
Grey Bruce Municipal Alcohol Policy Template
MAP Template Evaluation Report
2019 Ontario Proposed Budget - Alcohol Policies
Reducing Alcohol Related Harms - Grey Bruce Position Paper
Alcohol Outlets in Grey Bruce Summary Report
OPHA Alcohol Outlet Density Report
Throughout pregnancy, there is no safe time to drink alcohol. Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can result in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). FASD can result in a range of disabilities and birth defects. For more information on FASD visit; Canadian FASD Research Network.
Resources for information on Alcohol;
Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health
10 smart ways to limit alcohol | Canadian Cancer Society
Alcohol use - Canada.ca
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