The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is looking for participants for a study related to cannabis and driving. The majority of the research will take place in Toronto and involve in-person participation. According to the recruitment flyer, one must be a regular cannabis user, between 19 and 20 years old, have a valid driver’s license. Compensation is provided.

According to CAMH, the purpose of the study is to use “a high-fidelity driving simulator [in which] we will assess if the effects of cannabis on driving-related skills will be observed in young drivers 24 hours and 48 hours following a single dose of smoked cannabis, as well as the immediate effects of cannabis on those skills.”