The release of a final report on marijuana by the House of Commons health committee has opposition MPs accusing the Conservatives of whitewashing all expert advice that disagrees with the government's stand.
"Revenge!" Now there's an anguished utterance you normally expect only to hear in bad Shakespeare parodies. Not last week, however, when Marc Emery, Canada’s so-called Prince of Pot, dropped the R-bomb on no less than the government itself.
B.C. marijuana advocate Marc Emery vows to take political revenge on the Conservative government once he is finally released from U.S. custody and returns to Canada later next month.
A strong majority of Canadians think the federal government should either legalize marijuana or decriminalize the possession of small amounts, according to a new Department of Justice poll obtained by Torstar News Service.
CANNABIS CULTURE - If they aren't afraid of you they just ignore you, right? That means Stephen Harper's Conservative Party must be getting nervous about Marc and Jodie Emery.
What else can account for this official Conservative Party of Canada Facebook...
Moreover the riches of the earth are for all ...
- Ecclesiastes 5:9, the Peshitta (Aramaic Bible), circa 2nd century BCE
That we may work in righteousness, and lay the Foundation of making the Earth a Common Treasury for All, both Rich and Poor ...
We must protect our kids from the scourge of marijuana.
"Marijuana is a societal ill." - Canadian Justice Minister Peter MacKay
Pot activist Marc Emery, who will be released from a U.S. prison this summer, has announced a cross-Canada tour aimed at unseating the Conservative government in 2015.
Remember those Conservative radio ads targeting Justin Trudeau and the Liberals on marijuana legalization?