Many Canadians are driving high on cannabis, according to new national survey

OTTAWA -- A new Statistics Canada survey reveals an "alarming" number of Canadians have driven a vehicle while high on cannabis or have been passengers in such vehicles.

According to the second quarterly national cannabis survey, 14 per cent of cannabis users who have a driver's licence admitted they got behind the wheel within two hours of consuming cannabis at least once in the past three months.

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