Drugs Behaviour and Society Study Set 1

Psychology

Quiz 3 :
Drug Policy

Quiz 3 :
Drug Policy

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In a Chronicle Herald article, patients treated at the Centre for Pain Management in Halifax were asked to provide which of the following (which many felt was against their rights)?
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B

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Although prior to 1908, opium was not viewed as a serious societal threat, which of the following was viewed to be a problematic health concern in Canada?
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D

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From the mid to late 1800s the Canadian government's primary financial concern was regarding which of the following?
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D

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In 1908, the Opium Act was enacted. Which of the following Canadian(s) initiated this legislation?
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In 1908, the Opium Act made it illegal to import, manufacture, sell or possess opium for nonmedical purposes. What prompted this action to be taken?
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In the early 1900s in Canada, what were the fears regarding opium connected to?
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Which of the following was first the step toward federal drug regulation in Canada?
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Which of the following describes the order in which Canada's drug legislation unfolded?
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In 1955, the Senate Special Committee on the Traffic of Narcotics in Canada was formed in response to the medical community's approach to drug addiction as a medical and social problem rather than as a criminal issue. What did committee's work result in?
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Between 1969 and 1973, the Le Dain Commission produced four reports that recommended all of the following EXCEPT which one?
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In 2013 Canada's police chiefs voted overwhelmingly in favour of reforming drug laws in the country. What was one of the key changes stated in the textbook?
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In 2016 the Government of Canada replaced the National Anti-Drug Strategy with the Canadian Drugs and Substances Strategy in response to which crisis?
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Which of the following is an offence under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act?
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Under which schedule of The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act would the possession of isosafrole (used in making MDMA) be located?
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Under which schedule of The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act would the possession of one gram of hashish be located?
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How many schedules are there in The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act?
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Under which schedule of The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act would the possession of Rohypnol be located?
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Under which schedule of The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act would the possession of GHB be located?
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Where are the offenses dealing with drug paraphernalia laws addressed in Canadian legislation?
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Under the CDSA it is an offence to seek or obtain a controlled substance from a medical practitioner without disclosing to that practitioner all other controlled substances obtained from other practitioners within the previous 30 days. What would be the maximum punishment for this offence?
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