A Cannabis Community

  • Offering compassion and support
  • Educating on alternate health choices
  • Providing evidence-based information
  • Promoting awareness and harm reduction
  • Encouraging patient-doctor communication

Connecting people

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CanaSupport, or Canadian Access to Natural Alternatives and Support, is a collective dedicated to two things: education and compassion. We explore natural alternatives to conventional healthcare, educate on medical cannabis, and offer information and care to patients and their families. We emphasize support because we know how important peer and professional support systems are for mental and physical health, as well as overall well being.

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The MMPR allows for safe access to quality, organic medical marijuana, and is paving the path to accessible natural health alternatives. CanaSupport helps patients through the MMPR application process. Health Canada has specific rules for prescribing cannabis to patients: a physician must sign your MMPR application to be approved.

 

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CanaSupport will help you connect with the right doctors and professional support for your condition. Patients deserve physicians who care. We find doctors that will work with patients to manage their health effectively with natural methods supplementing conventional therapies.

 

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  • According to a new university study, patients are choosing medical cannabis over pharmaceutical medication because it's less addictive.
    Pot over Pills
  • Election 42 is around the corner. Do you know which party has the best cannabis policy?
    Cannabis & the Election
  • Harper says that regulating cannabis like cigarettes or alcohol would do nothing to keep it out of the hands of kids. But does prohibition?
    Checking Harper's Cannabis Claims
  • After doctors in Alberta refused to fill her daughter's prescription, this mom found help in Ontario.
    MMJ Prescription Denied
  • With the upcoming election so focused on cannabis, how medical marijuana is distributed might be up for a change!
    Will the election effect the cannabis industry?
  • A four-year study shows that cannabis for chronic non-cancer pain is safe and effective.
    Pot for Pain
  • An Alberta mom allowed to keep treating epileptic daughter with medical marijuana.
    Alberta mom wins right to give daughter cannabis
  • The International Center for Science in Drug Policy is taking a stand against false #CannabisClaims.
    The #CannabisClaims Campaign
  • Vancouver dispensaries received warning letters to shut down operations and stop advertising.
    Health Canada Issues Warning
  • As opposed to criminalizing youth, it’s time to legalize and regulate cannabis and invest in health services like drug prevention, treatment and harm reduction.
    Happy 420
  • The Annual CSSDP Conference, "A Rising Revolution: Drug Policy Reform Around the Globe" featured speakers and workshops on cannabis and the laws in Canada and around the world that limit harm reduction.
    National Drug Policy Conference
  • The MMPR allows patients to buy their medical marijuana from licensed producers only, which increases costs and limits access. These B.C. patients want their rights reinstated to grow their own at home.
    Patients Sue Health Canada