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Has Victoria lawyer David Mulroney, the federal Liberal’s candidate in Saanich-Gulf Islands, had his snout in the party’s patronage trough? That’s what Reform Party Kootenay-Columbia MP Jim Abbott wanted to know back in 1995. Speaking in the House of Commons, he accused the Grits of awarding Mr. Mulroney federal government drug prosecution work because he [...]
High school pot-smokers who get behind the wheel are the targets of addictions awareness week that kicked off yesterday in Manitoba at the Circle of Life Thunderbird House.
Marijuana Busts Taking Up More And More Of Officers’ Time Five years ago, 95 per cent of Ontario Provincial Police drug enforcement was proactive work. Now, it’s 95 per cent reactive, and more than half of the workload centres around marijuana, Det. Insp. Frank Elbers said at OPP headquarters yesterday.
The founder of Nova Scotia’s Marijuana party, on parole for conspiring to traffic marijuana, is free to go south in March. Michael Patriquen recently applied to the National Parole Board to change the conditions of his release, allowing him to travel to Jamaica, Mexico or Cuba with his wife and child.
If Fido is a bit too mellow, he might be nibbling on someone’s drug stash. Dogs have been getting high on B.C. Bud for years, according to several local veterinarians who have treated pets who have ingested marijuana. The number of pot pooches has not yet reached the point where some dog barks sound suspiciously [...]
Toxicology tests are being done on the bodies of three pit bulls shot after they mauled two children and four adults to determine if the dogs ingested marijuana found inside their owner’s home, authorities said Tuesday.
A new study to be presented in the House of Commons could add a little more fuel to the already sparking debate around the legalisation of drugs in Canada.
A trio of medical marijuana advocates is suing the City of Vancouver for $400,000 after police raided a federally licensed indoor grow operation set up in the basement of a rented Vancouver home.
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Parents Are Smoking Cannabis With Their Kids. What Are They Thinking? “It was a little weird, seeing my parents stoned,” Tom confesses. The Toronto high school student was describing the first time he’d smoked marijuana — at home last spring, just after turning 17, when he shared a joint with his hard-working, middle-class parents. “But [...]« Previous Entries