It’s High Time For Canada To Talk Pot

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Marijuana exists in a funny limbo in this country. Despite a growing number of people who feel it should be decriminalized, or outright legal – and regulated – it remains a controlled substance. And, as such, we have a multibillion-dollar … Read More

An Investigation Into B.C.As Controversial Civil

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The office has increased the number of files it accepts and amount of money it makes, but there are growing concerns about its fairness and transparency It was Oct.  15, 2007, when the RCMP officer knocked on David Lloydsmith’s door. … Read More

Pot Crusader Says No To Marijuana Tickets

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Proposal from police signals shift toward cannabis reform, says SFU professor A recommendation to let police treat simple marijuana possession as a ticketing offence is being opposed by the head of a provincial campaign to decriminalize pot. Dana Larsen, whose … Read More

Trudeau Panned By Conservatives For Smoking Pot

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‘As a Member of Parliament He Shouldn’t Be Breaking Those Laws’ Conservatives MPs across Canada are expressing their disdain for Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau after his public admission to smoking marijuana while holding elected office. Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod … Read More

Trudeau’s Admission Sparks Pot Debate

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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s marijuana mea culpa has sparked some serious reefer madness on Parliament Hill. Trudeau’s confession that he smoked a joint after becoming an MP has put the pot-smoking predilections of politicians – if any – under the … Read More

Canadian Police Chiefs propose ticket System for Pot

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Canada’s police chiefs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of reforming drug laws in the country. The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, meeting in Winnipeg this week, wants officers to have the ability to ticket people found with 30 grams … Read More

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