This manages to be bothersome no matter where you stand on soft drugs.
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport announced two CIS football players tested positive for cannabis during post-game drug testing this fall, but each received a "sanction of reprimand and no period of ineligibility." Their names, we'll never know.
If this is a banned substance with consequences, then where are the deterrents? Being outed might effect a change in behaviour. The other is wondering why marijuana is even classified as a banned substance, although it's important not to get too hung up on the fact is was weed in this case, since CCES also doesn't name names on cocaine.
There is also an argument for why the players remain anonymous. It holds that they were doing something which is fairly common among the general student population and a public shaming doesn't necessarily work.
Ultimately, everyone gets a little tarred when CCES reports a minor violation and people are left wondering who got pinched from among hundreds of football players. But, hey, they have to show they're catching people.
Two CIS Football Athletes Reprimanded for Cannabis Violations (press release)