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The Alberta Drug Strategy: A Provincial Framework for Action on Alcohol and Other Drug Use

Government of Alberta Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Alberta 31 October 2005 Policy document 0-7785-3905-9 alcohol, mental health resources, substance use

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The Alberta Drug Strategy lays the groundwork for a co-ordinated and
community-based approach to alcohol and other drug issues in this province. It
builds on the considerable work underway, and is informed by consultations to
date with a variety of provincial and community stakeholders.

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