Canadians appear to need more convincing to reduce their alcohol consumption. Three-quarters of Canadians say they're not changing their drinking habits despite recent national guidelines warning that more than two alcoholic drinks a week can increase risks of cancer, stroke and heart disease. The Ipsos poll also found that over half of respondents believed the recommended number of drinks was so low that it lacked credibility and was nothing but fear-mongering tactics. This belief was higher among men (61%) than women (53%).
Étude dévastatrice sur l’alcool: les Canadiens vont continuer à boire - Agence QMI