CAMH Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub provides information on non-medical cannabis

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is pleased to launch the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub at camh.ca/cannabisknowledgehub.ca.

This website connects policy-makers and professionals working in primary care, mental health and addictions, public health, education and social services with the information they need on non-medical cannabis.

We would love to work with you to promote this resource to your networks!

Please consider:

  • Sharing it through your organization’s social media channels (such as Facebook or Twitter)
  • Including it in upcoming newsletters or blogs (we can work with you to develop content)
  • Featuring it on your organization’s website
  • Sharing with other professional organizations that you work with and encouraging them to distribute it further.


All of the resources on the Hub at CAMH have been reviewed according to strict criteria to ensure they are current, accurate and relevant. The website contains infographics, guidelines, videos, research summaries, handouts and more. It is organized to help you and your members easily find what you are looking for.

We have included some templates on the following pages, and are happy to help you create tailored content for your members or audience.

Let us know if you have any additional suggestions for promoting this resource and reaching a wide audience of service providers across the country.

For more information, please contact Muna Osman, Project Coordinator, at Muna [dot] Osman [at] camh [dot] ca.

Access the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub: camh.ca/cannabisknowledgehub.ca

Website description

The Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub (camh.ca/CannabisKnowledgeHub) at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health connects policy-makers and professionals with curated, evidence-based resources on the non-medical use of cannabis.

Using the site’s filters and intuitive interface, professionals across Ontario and Canada can find the information they need and connect with others working in primary care, mental health and addictions, public health, education and social services.

All resources are curated according to strict criteria to ensure they are current, accurate and relevant. As new evidence becomes available, the website will be continuously updated.

The Hub at CAMH features online discussion forums for professionals to connect across sectors and regions. The website is available in English and French, and provides French resources where available.

The Hub at CAMH is supported by a Champions’ Circle, which includes representatives from key sectors and organizations.

The Hub at CAMH is funded by Health Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program (SUAP). The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada.

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