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From the TIMES COLONIST, July 31st, 2002 By Malcolm Curtis Victoria Mayor Alan Lowe launched his bid for a second term in office Tuesday, ending speculation about his ambition to run as a candidate in the next federal election.
Ted Smith launched his campaign for mayor Monday From the VICTORIA NEWS, July 31st, 2002 The race for mayor is beginning to gain steam, as Victoria Mayor Alan Lowe was expected to announce Tuesday whether he’ll run again, an announcement scheduled for after the Victoria News’ deadline.
Warning: The following police report is inaccurate, incomplete and proof the cannabis laws are ineffective. Synopsis: On the 20th of June 2002, Cst. MURRAY and CPL. AYERS were conducting an assault investivation in the 800 block of Johnson Street. The usspect involved in the assault had ran into a building located at 826 Johnson Street. [...]
Charges should get dropped in criminal trial. By Ted Smith Founder, Victoria’s Hempology 101 Society Finally, the latest police report from the June 21 police raid at the Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada has appeared and the police again appear unable to report accurate and reasonable information. On Thursday August 8 at 1:30pm in Courtroom [...]
From the Times Colonist, July 30th, 2002 By Malcolm Curtis Victoria Mayor Alan Lowe is expected to announce today he is running for a second term in the November municipal elections.
Dudes, it’s something we always suspected. When we listen to the great music of the 20th century, or read the Beat poets, we recognize our debt to artists on pot From The Globe And Mail, July 27, 2002 By Brian Preston (Victoria) The other day someone gave me a club card with a mini-bumper sticker [...]
The government should ignore the U.S. stand and do what’s sensible From the Times Colonist, July 28, 2002 By Catherine Ford It was 8 A.M., but in the dim light of Toronto underground pparking, it could have been the middle of the day or night. Those of us who lived in that massive complex in [...]
Friday, July 26, 2002 Victoria, B.C. – Founder of Victoria’s Hempology 101 Society and the Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada, Leon “Ted” Smith, will announce his election platform to become Mayor of Victoria at City Hall, Monday July 29, at the statue of Sir John A. MacDonald on Pandora Ave at 2pm.
While it’s still somewhat early, Ted Smith is first to declare his mayoral intentions From the Victoria News, July 24th, 2002 By Don Descoteau Victoria Mayor Alan Lowe, himself as yet undeclared as a candidate for this fall’s municipal elections, finally has a challenger for his office.
From The Washington Post, July 17th, 2002 SAANICH, British Columbia –– A man who complained to police that the marijuana he was growing at home had been stolen may be wishing the thieves had not left some of his stash behind.« Previous Entries