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Alberta Alcohol Strategy

Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission Alberta Health Services Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Alberta 31 July 2008 Policy document 978-0-7785-7272-5 alcohol, mental health service, strategy

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The purpose of the Alberta Alcohol Strategy is to prevent and reduce
alcohol-related harm by developing a culture of moderation, in which there
is common understanding about what constitutes sensible drinking. The strategy
considers the benefits of alcohol as well as the social costs, public health
concerns and potential for alcohol-related harm.

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