news Saskatchewan woman says use cannabis to help her addiction not accepted Stephanie Taylor Shelby Curtis smokes a joint at her home in Regina on Thursday Nov. 12, 2020. Curtis says she uses marijuana to help her cope with anxiety and depression. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michael Bell REGINA — For Shelby Curtis, keeping away from hard drugs starts with quieting her thoughts. The 26-year-old got a prescription to use cannabis medicinally earlier this year while in recovery and living in Regina’s Raising Hope housing program for new mothers facing issues such as substance abuse.

Saskatchewan woman says use cannabis to help her addiction not accepted Stephanie Taylor Shelby Curtis smokes a joint at her home in Regina on Thursday Nov. 12, 2020. Curtis says she uses marijuana to help her cope with anxiety and depression. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michael Bell REGINA — For Shelby Curtis, keeping away from hard drugs starts with quieting her thoughts. The 26-year-old got a prescription to use cannabis medicinally earlier this year while in recovery and living in Regina's Raising Hope housing program for new mothers facing issues such as substance abuse.

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