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LEGAL ISSUES


The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act


Canada’s drug policy review, reviewed . . . Canada’s Drug Policy Review is over. They made no recommendations. Did you expect anything else? (CC09)

CANADA’S DRUG FALLACY REVIEW – Canada’s joke of a drug policy review continues, despite no funding, internal bickering, and a general lack of common sense. (CC08)

Three Lies My Government Told Me It took 14 months of official letters, but we got their records! (Cannabis Culture #7)

Canada’s Drug Policy Review – Canada’s having a drug policy review, but it’s being done by a bunch of prohibitionists! (Cannabis Culture #7)

Who’s Who on the Review – A list of all of the Members of Parliament on the Standing Committee on Health, along with their email address, their mailing address, and phone and fax numbers. (Cannabis Culture #7)

Canada’s New Drug Law Look out Canada, here it comes! (Cannabis Culture #7)

Penalties for Drug Offences in Canada Comparing the Narcotics Control Act, the Food and Drug Act, and the new Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. (Cannabis Culture #7)

Welcome to the Drug War: the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act is now law in Canada (June 1995)

Senate Disappoints July 15, 1996

An analysis of The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. (Jan 1995)

Update on the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

The Dangers of The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act by David Malmo-Levine, editor of Potshots

Five Things Every Canadian Should Know About The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

Four More Things You Should Know About The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

Testimony Given To Parliament About The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

An Alternative to The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

The Hempsters Hit the Senate: Testimony Given To The Senate

Testimony of Marc Emery Before the Senate Committee

Canadian Bar Association’s submission on Bill C-7 and recommendations from May 1994

 


Censorship in Canada

Section 462.2: Censorship in Canada (Jan 95)

NORML Wins Big Court Case

Pacific Press fails Publishing Credo and Practice Code

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