January 08, 2023

Lee-Anne Richardson says she's hearing from many young Canadians about reducing their alcohol intake, drinking non-alcoholic beverages, or choosing full-blown sobriety.

The Dartmouth, N.S., resident is the founder of Sober City, a peer-support group for people struggling with addiction.

Richardson feels that millennials and Gen Z are making more informed choices around the negative effects of alcohol compared to previous generations, and are more open to having comprehensive conversations surrounding their mental health.

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Source: CBC Radio, Bob Becken