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Be Aware - Safe and Responsible Use of Alcohol


These guidelines, intended for Canadians of legal drinking age who choose to drink alcohol, are informed by the most recent and best available scientific research and evidence. They are intended to provide consistent information across the country to help Canadians moderate their alcohol consumption and reduce their immediate and long-term alcohol-related harm.

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Having a Party?

Information on host liability.

Employers planning alcohol-related events should consider all the possible risks. In hosting, organizing or sponsoring events involving alcohol, an employer may be held liable for providing or making alcohol available to intoxicated individuals who subsequently injure themselves or others. This rack card focuses on the laws related to operating recreational vehicles (boats, ATVs, snowmobiles) while impaired by any type of drug or medication or combination of drugs, medication and alcohol.
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