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By Phillipe Lucas – Founder, The Vancouver Island Compassion Society December 20th, 2002 CBC. Of C., This is the last such missive that you will receive from the VICS regarding the relationship between the VICS and the CBC of C. As suggested in your last letter, we believe it is [...]
From the Times Colonist, December 19th, 2002 By Janice Tibbetts OTTAWA – Jean Chretien retreated Wednesday from the government’s plans to decriminalize marijuana by declaring that no final decision has been made.
By an Anonymous member of the Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada. Im dreaming Of a green christmas Watching my marijuana grow -
By an Anonymous member of the Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada. Had Chemo This Christmas I hope that I’m done My battle with cancer Has almost been won
From the TIMES COLONIST, December 14, 2002 Editorial by Andrew Phillips If Canada chooses to relax its pot laws, that’s no business of the American drug czar The czar of anti-drug enforcement in the U.S. told us Thursday that we in Canada shouldn’t lower the penalties for possession of pot because marijuana is bad for [...]
To the tune of “We Three Kings of Orient Are” From the International Hempology 101 Society’s 2002 Cannabis Carol Collection We three buds of Texada are Growing plants we’ve hidden afar Field and flower, need now power Grown under sun and star
To the tune of “Joy To The World” From the International Hempology 101 Society’s 2002 Cannabis Carol Collection Joints to the world! The crop is done; Let pipes and bongs be stuffed! Let every head prepare a joint And friends & neighbours puff And friends & neighbours puff And friends & neighbours puff!
Fri Dec 13, 2002 To Vancouver Island Compassion Society While we are aware that bringing attention to the problems between the two clubs creates further difficulties, we feel strongly that ignoring the situation allows more conflicts to develop. In the long run we are all better off resolving our problems now, before we begin to [...]
From the Vancouver Sun, December 12th, 2002 By Jim Beatty Victoria – British Columbia joined other provinces Wednesday in denouncing a controversial federal plan to decriminalize the use of marijuana.
By Paul Digby Hempology and it’s ideas spread like wildfire across the nation of ours to help free the weed and wrongfully convicted world wide. Our access to cannabis products grows and seeds and clones flow freely throughout Canada. Shortly thereafter passing cannabis and/or cannabis products no longer constitutes trafficking of a controlled substance. Within [...]« Previous Entries