CSAM-SMCA 2021 Scientific Conference
October 21-23, 2021
Virtual | Live & On-Demand
CSAM-SMCA 2022 Scientific Conference and Annual Meeting
November 3-5, 2022
Location TBD | Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
CSAM-SMCA 2023 Scientific Conference and Annual Meeting
October 18-23, 2023
Victoria Conference Center | Victoria, B.C., Canada
2021 Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research Conference
May 17-20, 2021
We are announcing a virtual conference this year to be held from May 17th until May 20th, 2021. Each day Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be live from 3:30pm until 5:30pm. Additional asynchronous (pre-recorded) materials will be made available. One, single, registration will get you access to the keynote addresses and our Cannabis Foundations Education Sessions.
College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Meeting
June 19-24, 2021
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
This Annual Meeting serves as a forum bringing together basic scientists and clinical investigators from industry, academia, and government. Representatives of regulatory agencies, as well as scientists and professionals in a number of diverse disciplines interested in the biochemical, behavioral, and public health aspects of drug dependence participate. We expect to have approximately 1200 attendees for the 2021 meeting, including many international attendees who come for the CPDD meeting as well as the NIDA International Forum.
CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2021
November 23-25, 2021
The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction invites you to attend CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2021 conference. The conference takes place November 23–25, 2021, as part of National Addictions Awareness Week.
Substance use is a complex, far-reaching and consequential issue. COVID-19 is making the substance use landscape in Canada even more complex. It takes a wide range of perspectives and collective efforts to drive the needed change to shape a brighter future for people who use substances. Appropriately themed Driving Change Together, CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2021 will bring us together with our different viewpoints. We will work in cohesion to create a Canadian society where evidence transforms approaches to substance use.