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    NORML Canada is a non-profit, public interest, member operated and funded group, chartered at the federal level in Canada since 1978.

     

June 21st, 2018.

With the legalization of adult-use cannabis across Canada receiving Royal Assent, one of the key objectives of our organization has been achieved. With these coming changes there are many reasons to celebrate, yet there is still much work to do.

Canadians are on the cusp of reforms that represent a crucial step towards ending cannabis prohibition. NORML Canada will continue to work towards thoughtful and reasonable cannabis regulations that protect all Canadians.

To better reflect this massive shift in social attitudes, and the coming existence of regulation for which we may finally discuss reform, we are proud to introduce our reenvisioned mandate:

NORML Canada is a non-profit, public interest, member operated and funded group, chartered at the federal level in Canada since 1978. NORML Canada advocates for fair and inclusive cannabis laws, supports restitution for those wrongly harmed by cannabis prohibition, and takes an evidence-based approach to educating Canadians on cannabis.

NORML Canada is also dedicated to ensuring cannabis patients have reasonable access to their medicine as Canada legalizes non-medical use. NORML Canada is committed to continuing its advocacy to ensure the liberalization of cannabis laws in Canada works for all Canadians.

Over four decades of collective advocacy have brought us to this day. Take some time to reflect on this moment in history and bask in it. Tomorrow, the real work begins.

Abigail Sampson
Interim Executive Director
NORML Canada
info@norml.ca


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Media:

NORML Canada’s Craig Jones on Allard win CTV Feb. 24, 2016

 

A federal judge ruled today that users of medical marijuana can grow their own pot. Craig Jones, Executive Director of NORML Canada joined CTV News Channel to weigh in.

Posted by CTV News Channel on Wednesday, 24 February 2016

NORML Canada’s John Conroy on Allard win Feb. 24, 2016