“We’ve told you before that there really isn’t any evidence that animals consume mind-altering substances because they feel good to them. This makes it appear that the fondness for psychoactive drugs is, pretty…human. What is it about our species that makes us so attracted to these substances?”
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Statistics Canada tested wastewater samples from five urban centres for illicit drugs and cannabis, and the results are a snapshot of what substances are more common in those Canadian cities.
Source: Cannabis use highest in Halifax, while Edmonton had highest use of meth, wastewater samples show | CBC News
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