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    Centre for Addictions Research of BC. A Framework for Addictions Research and Knowledge Exchange in British Columbia. CARBC Strategic Plan for 2006–2010. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria; 2006.
  • 2
    Stockwell T., Zhao J., Macdonald S., Pakula B., Gruenewald P., Holder H. Changes in per capita alcohol sales during the partial privatization of British Columbia's retail alcohol monopoly 2003–2008: a multi-level local area analysis. Addiction 2009; 104: 182736.
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    Stockwell T., Pakula B., Macdonald S., Buxton J., Zhao J., Tu A. et al. Alcohol Consumption in British Columbia and Canada: A Case for Liquor Taxes That Reduce Harm. CARBC Statistical Bulletin no. 3. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria; 2007.
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    Population Health and Wellness. Evidence Review: Healthy Living—Tobacco Control. Core Public Health Functions for BC. Victoria, BC: BC Ministry of Health; 2006.
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    Fischer B., Powis J., Firestone Cruz M., Rehm J. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) detection on crack use paraphernalia. Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2008; 20: 2932.
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    Macdonald S., Csiernik R., Durand P., Wild T. C., Dooley M., Rylett M. et al. Changes in the prevalence and characteristics of Ontario workplace health programs: 1989–2003. Journal of Employee Assistance and Workplace Behavioural Health 2007; 22: 53.
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    Stockwell T., Leng J., Sturge J. Alcohol Pricing and Public Health in Canada: Issues and Opportunities. CARBC Technical Report. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria; 2006.
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    Office of the BC Provincial Health Officer. A Public Health Approach to Alcohol Policy: An Updated Report from the Provincial Health Officer. Victoria, BC, Canada: BC Ministry of Health; 2008.
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    Stockwell T., Sturge J., Macdonald S. Patterns of Drinking in British Columbia: An Analysis of the 2004 Canadian Addictions Survey. CARBC Statistical Bulletin no. 1. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria; 2005.
  • 10
    Stockwell T., Sturge J., Jones W., Carter C. Cannabis use in British Columbia: patterns of use, perceptions and public opinion as assessed in the 2004 Canadian Addiction. CARBC Statistical Bulletin no. 2. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria; 2006.
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    Martens L., Stockwell T., Buxton J., Duff C., Macdonald S., Richard K. et al. Regional Variations and Trends in Substance Use and Related Harm in BC. CARBC Statistical Bulletin no. 4. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria; 2008.
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    Kirby M., Keon W. J. Out of the shadows at last: highlights and recommendations. The Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science And Technology, Senate of Canada: Ottawa; 2006. Available at: (accessed 14 May 2009).
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    Fillmore K. M., Kerr W. C., Stockwell T., Chikritzhs T., Bostrom A. Has alcohol been proven to be protective against coronary heart disease? Responses to eight commentaries. Addict Res Theory 2007; 15: 3546.
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    Toumbourou J. W., Stockwell T., Neighbors C., Marlatt G. A., Sturge J., Rehm J. Interventions to reduce harm associated with adolescent substance use: an international review. Lancet Adolescent Health Series no. 4, 2007; 369: 4151.
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    Segal D. S., Stockwell T. Low alcohol alternatives: a promising strategy for reducing alcohol related harm. Int J Drug Policy 2009; 20: 1837.