Community engagement

Projet VoxCann

I co-founded project VoxCann in the spring of 2018, now a project of the Groupe de recherche en intervention psychosociale (GRIP Montréal). With the legalisation of cannabis for adult recreational use right around the corner, we set out to provide the meaningful, harm-reduction, peer-to-peer cannabis education that was sorely lacking in Quebec. 


As of 2023, we have grown to a team of seven who lead this bilingual cannabis education initiative, by and for youth in Québec. We offer in-school opportunities for dialogue and training, both for students and educators, through kiosks, presentations, workshops, round tables, webinars and other events.

Find out more

Check out our website to learn more about our team, what we've been up to and to get in touch!

Previous work

Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy

Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) is a grassroots network of youth and students who are concerned about the negative impact our drug policies have on individuals and communities. CSSDP considers drug use a health and human rights issue rather than a criminal-legal issue. The group advocates for evidence-based responses to reduce and prevent harms associated with drug use and drug criminalization.

From 2018 to 2022, I was the Chair of the national board for the organization. Alongside a rad team of other young people, I co-led campaigns, events, advocacy work, resource development and funding.

Cannabis & Psychosis

Between 2019 and 2021, I had the pleasure to be a Strategic Advisor for Cannabis and Psychosis: Exploring the Linka project of the Schizophrenia Society of Canada. The project involves young people through its Youth Action Committee  to create a hub for youth to access and engage with information about cannabis and mental health that is balanced and meets their needs.


Cannabis & Psychosis also created a full cannabis and mental health course for young people and those looking to better support them: