According to this recent Globe and Mail poll, almost 40 per cent of respondents said they’d provide full disclosure to their kids about past drug use—while almost a third said they never did drugs. Would love to see what these poll results would look like over at the National Post.
In the accompanying article, a Vancouver hippie lawyer(!) says he has spoken frankly with his 11-year-old about his drug use, adding “If it’s out there, I have probably consumed it.” Meanwhile, a Toronto adman was puzzled as to why his daughter wouldn’t ask about his past drug use, until his spouse set him straight:
“You were a musician,” his wife told him. “Of course, she knows you were a stoner.”