OTTAWA – Health Canada is spending $1.5 million to air recycled ads on prescription drugs and pot in the run-up to the fall federal election.
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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.
Newly released figures show the Conservative government spent more than $7 million on a 10-week, anti-drug advertising campaign that wrapped up at the end of last month.
Anti-marijuana ads tested with parents get strong reaction for IQ claims, despite researchers' doubts
Last Friday, Health Canada used some creative rule-reading to approve a program that would provide prescription heroin to a small number of hard-core users, and the Conservative health minister isn't happy.
MP Chris Alexander says Canada working with Americas to prevent spread of drug trade
A group representing medical marijuana users says the Conservative government’s proposed changes to the medicinal pot system will lead to more law breaking, not less.
Ottawa is prohibiting growing your own pot, privatizing drug in 2014
New program proposed by Health Canada takes federal government out of the equation