Alexa McDonough – NDP

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“I think it is madness for young people to end up with criminal records for the simple possession of marijuana,” Continue reading

Brian Tobin – LPC

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“It is one thing to talk about decriminalization, that I would support. It is quite another to talk about legalization, that I would definitely not support” Continue reading

Dalton McGuinty – Ontario Liberal Party

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Dalton McGuinty – Liberal Premier of Ontario He said he doesn’t condone drug use of any kind when it comes to his own teenage children. Source: McGuinty, Hampton admit to past marijuana use: Liberal, NDP leaders urge decriminalization April 28, 1999 – Ottawa Citizen

Danielle Smith – Wildrose

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“She does not believe individuals should face a criminal record for smoking a joint” Continue reading

Elizabeth May – GPC

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“The Green Party of Canada has come to the conclusion that it is time to legalize the adult use of marijuana” Continue reading

Geoff Fleischer – LPC

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“It makes no sense to criminalize youth for something similar to alcohol.” Continue reading

Hondo Arendt – GPC

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“We don’t believe the current system really restricts it. Any teen will tell you they have more access to marijuana than alcohol so the system isn’t blocking access to it at all.” Continue reading

Ralph Goodale – LPC

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“We are of the view that a regulatory and taxation regime is likely to be more effective in keeping marijuana out of the hands of young people.” Continue reading

Stephen Harper

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Stephen Harper – Prime Minister, Conservative Party The father of a three-year-old girl and five-year-old boy said he doesn’t buy arguments that alcohol is more harmful than smoking marijuana. “As a parent, I would be more concerned about pot use than alcohol use by my children, even in moderation,” said Continue reading