Number and percentage of Canadians reporting never, former and current cannabis use by age and gender, household population aged 15 or older, Canada, fourth quarter 2018
|Thousands – People||% – People||Lower limit (%) – 95% confidence interval4||Upper limit (%) – 95% confidence interval4|
|Former – one time||2,590.0||8.5||7.6||9.6|
|Former – more than one time||6,575.1||21.6||20.3||23.1|
|Former – one time||1,437.1||9.4||8.0||10.9|
|Former – more than one time||3,268.4||21.3||19.4||23.3|
|Former – one time||1,126.5||7.6||6.3||9.1|
|Former – more than one time||3,271.2||21.9||19.9||24.2|
|15 to 241|
|Former – one time||274.7||6.9E||4.1||11.3|
|Former – more than one time||356.9||9.0E||6.0||13.3|
|25 or older|
|Former – one time||2,315.3||8.8||7.8||9.9|
|Former – more than one time||6,218.1||23.52||22.0||25.1|
use with caution
The five current use estimates differ (slightly) from corresponding estimates of current use presented in Table 1 because respondents were required to provide non-missing, valid responses to both the cannabis use in the past three months and lifetime use questions.
National Cannabis Survey (5262).
Significantly higher than reference category.
Significantly lower than reference category.
Confidence intervals are used to express the precision of the estimate.
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