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Tuesday September 31st, 2003 Victoria, BC: A silent art auction hosted by the International Hempology 101 Society will kick off at 10:00am tomorrow morning with a press conference at 826 Johnson St. The auction features a number of members of the local Cannabis Buyers’ Club of Canada, a medical cannabis provider, and other artists from [...]
From the Times Colonist, September 26 2003 By Janice Tibbetts OTTAWA – Jean Chretien and Justice Minister Martin Cauchon, fearing a bill to decriminalize marijuana possession will be discarded if it doesn’t pass this fall, are reviving efforts to push it through Parliament before the prime minister retires.
From the Times Colonist, September 26th 2003 RCMP raided a remote wilderness area west of Port Hardy Wednesday and seized 1,100 marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $4 million.
From the Winnepeg Sun, September 24th, 2003 Toronto — Organizers of a Canadian pro-marijuana Web site say several Americans have filed refugee claims here because they’re being persecuted by police for smoking dope in the U.S. But Canadian cops want a probe into the Underground Reefer Railway site, which they claim urges Americans to file [...]
From the Parksville Qualicum News, September 23, 2003 A decision made by a provincial court judge Sept. 4 has stirred up debate on whether it is legal – or not – to take a toke or two of pot
Found on Tyler’s desk, unknown author, unknown date. I haven’t tried this yet, so use at your own risk. Many patients who utilize and benefit from medical cannabis do not wish to smoke due to the perceived health hazards of smoking ro for other personal reasons. These patients are in something of a bind. Smoking [...]
From the Abbotsford Times, September 19th, 2003 By Christina Toth To possess or not to possess. That’s the question wafting across the province after provincial court Judge Patrick Chen decided Sept. 12 that there is no valid Canadian law prohibiting the possession of marijuana.
From the Times Colonist, September 19th, 2003 VANCOUVER (CP) – A B.C. provincial court judge’s ruling that the law governing marijuana possession is invalid will be appealed, a spokeswoman for the federal Justice Department said Thursday.
From the Canadian Press, September 18th, 2003 Vancouver — A B.C. provincial court judge’s ruling that the law governing marijuana possession is invalid will be appealed, a spokeswoman for the federal Justice Department said Thursday.
Mar 27 2003 File: 0280-30 Ref: 65005 Dear John Bean and Co-Signers: Your recent letter to the Honourable Gordon Campbell, Premier, Province of British Columbia has been forwarded to me for a response.« Previous Entries