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Seminar: Municipal Alcohol Polices
Monday, December 8, 2014 10:30 am to 11:30 am
Venue: by webinar only
Health Promotion:Alcohol policy; Health Promotion
City: Online
Format: Webinar

​This presentation will include a brief history of Municipal Alcohol Policies (MAPs), including the benefits, challenges, key components, and roles within a public health context. An overview of steps to planning effective MAPs will be presented along with a review of experiences and lessons from communities involved with MAP development.


 Jason LeMar is a health promotion consultant focusing on alcohol policy at Public Health Ontario (PHO). He has had various roles in public health and health care including Infection Prevention and Control at PHO and working at Cancer Care Ontario (CCO).  Jason has several years of experience providing technical assistance, training, and consultation support directly to Ontario’s public health units in the area of alcohol policy.

Learning objectives

  • To present current research on the history, benefits, components and challenges of municipal alcohol policies.
  • To profile recent experiences and lessons from communities involved with MAP development.


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