Cannabis is a natural drug that is not harmless. Using cannabis can affect your health. It can be dangerous and have consequences.
Before using cannabis, it’s important to find out more. To find out more about cannabis and its health effects, go to encadrementcannabis.gouv.qc.ca.
You have to see a pharmacist to get naloxone, a medication that is used as an antidote for opioid overdose. In Québec, naloxone is available free of charge and without a prescription at any pharmacy. To find a pharmacy near you that has naloxone anytime, go to the Finding a Resource section.
Cold weather, poor air quality, and certain viruses can affect your health and that of your loved ones, so plan your indoor and outdoor activities carefully. If you’re traveling this winter, there are some simple preventive measures you can take to stay healthy. For more information, consult the Health Tips for the Winter section.
This new online service allows you to access your health information. As of January 5, 2018, the residents of Laval who are registered with a family doctor at a clinic in Laval or anyone registered at the MAclinique Médicale Lebourgneuf superclinic in Québec City will be able to use Québec Health Booklet. It will be made available to everyone in spring 2018. For more information, consult the Québec Health Booklet site.