- Against Drunk Driving (ADD) Canada
- Activities, programs, fund raising, links, discussions, and more.
- Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse
- Funded by the Canadian Government, their goal is to minimize the harm associated with the use of alcohol, tobacco ,and other drugs. The site has many links to information on issues related to drug use and abuse in Canada.
- Canadian Council for Tobacco Control
- Information and networking services related to tobacco use prevention.
- Canadian Lung Association Resources
- Covers issues such as asthma, tobacco, the cardio vascular system, and pollution. Also has teaching resources.
- Dogs Against Drugs: A Children's Book about HIV/AIDS
- An on-line book about HIV/AIDS written for grades 5-8 students by ten schoolchildren in Grade 6. Information includes faqs, interviews, facts, and personal reflections by the authors.
- Just Say No! An Alcohol Awareness Website For Grades 6-12
- Teaches the dangers and consequences of drinking alcohol. There are many suggestions on how teachers can use this site. It includes a comprehensive list of links to alcohol related information such as alcohol and advertising, myths, health, driving, and adolescent recovery.
- National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
- "offers electronic access to searchable databases and substance abuse prevention materials that pertain to alcohol, tobacco, and drugs."
- Partnership For A Drug-Free America
- A site for parents, teachers and students who want to get information about specific drugs, how to talk with someone using drugs, and what you can do to help.
- Resources and Information on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
- Facts on alcohol and other drugs, as well as resources to help find out more info.
- Students Against Drugs and Alcohol
- "Substance abuse educational program for public, private schools, churches and youth groups with school assembly speakers and drug awareness seminars." Also find info. on books, speakers, links, and a colouring book.
- Young Canadians' Alcohol and Other Drug Use: Increasing our Understanding
- Summarizes factors which influence young people to use drugs. During early adolescence, the family has considerable influence which may conflict with peer influences and situations where this control is no longer valid. Drug use and abuse must be considered in these contexts.