Stephen Harper has turned up the heat in the long-running battle between people who support the legalization of marijuana and his Conservative Party.
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Today, the House of Commons passed Bill C-2, the Respect for Communities Act. Pretty title, but like so much Conservative legislation, the meaning of the title, like the bill, is cruelly ironic.
Election style attack flyer full of misleading statements
Remember those Conservative radio ads targeting Justin Trudeau and the Liberals on marijuana legalization?
Justin Trudeau is unimpressed with the Harper government's approach to medical marijuana.
Using wastewater from fish farming and hydroponic lamps, 100 green leafy plants are beginning to thrive.
All bongs, pipes and vaporizers have been banned in Canada by the Conservative government. Selling these items is punishable with jail terms and some of the highest fines in the Criminal Code.
It has recently been reported that the Liberals have broken ranks with Bill S-10, a terrible anti-pot bill that could see some people going to jail for life for passing a joint.
Former Conservative Party campaign manager Tom Flanagan says the Harper government should re-examine their views and policies on the prohibition of mind-altering drugs.
Ignoring what was a wise recommendation on the part of the Senate, Justice Minister Rob Nicholson has revived an ill-considered bill that will impose a mandatory minimum sentence of six months for anyone convicted of growing as few as six marijuana plants.