Marijuana Laws And Politics

Shades of Bureaucracy - Differences between the FDA and Health Canada

Differences between the FDA and Health Canada

Shades of Bureaucracy - Differences between the FDA and Health Canada

The basic mantra is approving the safety and distribution of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines, biological products and medical devices for their respective citizens.

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Trudeau's Honeymoon Is Over


Trudeau's Honeymoon Is Over

It was just over a year ago that the young Millennial-favouring politician, Justin Trudeau, became Canada's 23rd Prime Minister with a campaign full of big promises, but where are we a year later?

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Canada's Potential Pot Czar: Bill Blair?

Canada's Potential Pot Czar: Bill Blair?

Justin Trudeau announced his choice for Federal Pot Czar: MP Bill Blair. Toronto's former Chief of Police is the name raising eyebrows and turning heads.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Pot For Potholes

Justin Trudeau And Cannabis Tax Revenues

Trudeau: Pot For Potholes

Trudeau's Liberals have made transportation infrastructure the Number 1 'Priority Resolution: National Transport Strategy'. So how does Justin Tredeau intend on paying for all of that?

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Cannabis could be Legal: Vote for the Country You Want

Matt Mernagh

Cannabis could be Legal: Vote for the Country You Want

Who benefits from keeping cannabis illegal? It isn’t the citizens, patients, Veterans, or doctors. It’s the politicians who are repressing your cannabis rights, and the drug dealers are the only ones who benefit.

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Jack Herer: Before his Time

Jack Herer: Before his Time

“Jack, have you ever smoked marijuana? . . . I think you should.” This simple statement from Jack Herer’s girlfriend may have changed the course of history. 

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January 09, 2015

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Canada’s “Reefer Madness”: Marijuana, Propaganda, and 21st Century Hysteria

Canada’s “Reefer Madness”

The legalization and consumption of marijuana remains a contentious topic for Canadians — but to understand marijuana’s concerning and seemingly anchored, negative reputation, one must delve into the history of Canada’s drug laws.

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