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Canada Introduces Measure Adjusting Penalties for Marijuana

Tuesday, May 27th, 2003

From the New York Times, May 27, 2003 By CLIFFORD KRAUSS TORONTO – The Canadian government introduced legislation today to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana but set stricter penalties for trafficking the drug.

Police call it the ‘potalyser’

Monday, May 26th, 2003

From the Regina Leader-Post, May 26, 2003 By Erin Conway-Smith OTTAWA — Ontario traffic police frustrated by drivers they say are dangerously impaired by marijuana are looking into a pot-equivalent of the breathalyser, a roadside test dubbed the “potalyser.”

Duncan couple first pot growers certified organic

Thursday, May 22nd, 2003

Wendy Little and Eric Nash say people with compromised immune systems need toxic-free medical marijauana. From the Cowichan News Leader, April 30, 2003 By Andrew Costa A Duncan couple who’ve been growing medical marijuana for a year and a half became the first certified organic pot growers in Canada earlier this month.

Federal govenrment defends its pot laws

Friday, May 16th, 2003

From the Globe And Mail, May 16th, 2003 By Kirk Makin The federal govenrment may be talking the talk of marijuana decriminalization, but it certainly wasn’t walking the walk yesterday at the Supreme Court of Canada.

April 10th’s City Council Minutes now online

Wednesday, May 7th, 2003

The Victoria City Council has published the minutes for the April 10th, 2003 meeting on their website. They are in PDF format at At this meeting, we presented our case before council, who ultimately rejected our application for a business license to allow us to legally sell books out of the Cannabis Buyers’ Club’s [...]

Canada will fight it’s own drug war

Monday, May 5th, 2003

From the Times Colonist, May 5th, 2003 American concern over our tolerance of drugs is understandable, but it’s too early to judge Just when we thought things along our border were looking a little brighter, we learned last wek taht more barriers may be going up in future. Why? Because we’re getting too lax ond [...]

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