NORML Canada’s Prairies Regional Director Keith Fagin comments: August 24, 2018 Madeline Smith – StarMetro Calgary Calgary city council passed changes to the Cannabis Consumption Bylaw in July that would allow designated consumption areas in public spaces or at festivals and events. (Elizabeth Cameron / StarMetro) https://www.thestar.com/news/cannabis/2018/08/24/toking-in-public-could-be-coming-to-calgary-as-the-city-mulls-four-new-consumption-spaces.html
May 24, 2018 NORML Canada All of Kirk Tousaw testimony video 34 minutes and 52 seconds Thursday, May 24, 2018 10:30 AM Location: Room 2, Victoria Building Clerk: Shaila Anwar (613) 991-0719 Bill C-45, Cannabis Act Hilary Black, Founder (B.C. Compassion Club Society) Phil Emberley, Director (Canadian Pharmacists Association) Jeremy Jacob, President […]
With Cannabis legalization commencing in 2018, NORML Canada declares the greatest victory of its 40 year history
April 20, 2018 18:32 ET | Source: NORML Canada TORONTO, April 20, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With the legalization of adult-use cannabis across Canada intended for this year, one of the chief objectives of our organization has been achieved. With these coming changes there are many reasons to celebrate this 420, yet there is still […]
December 16, 2017 Licia Corbella – Calgary Herald I’m no cannabis crusader, user, or fan of the plant, but I do favour its legalization. Having said that, many things are bothering me in the lead-up to the legalization of marijuana in Canada. http://calgaryherald.com/opinion/columnists/corbella-a-few-things-that-should-go-up-in-smoke-prior-to-pot-legalization NORML Canada’s Executive Director – Craig Jones interviewed.
This year, NORML Canada wanted to capture a variety of voices and experiences during this year’s 4/20 celebrations. Being a particularly important year with legislation for legal cannabis regulation tabled just two weeks ago, we certainly know the work is only beginning. We checked in with NORML Canada Members across Canada to see what was […]
1. Stopping ongoing arrests leading up to legalization: no more prison for pot NORML Canada says the government should immediately halt arrests for simple possession and other cannabis offences leading up to legalization in July 2018 and if charged the Government should stop seeking sentences of actual imprisonment and focus on constructive alternatives and in […]
November 2016 NORML Canada Newsletter The Task Force’s Report and the Task Force’s Friends Cannabis Legalization Initiatives Win Big On Election Day in the United States Federal Government to place Limits on Medical Cannabis Coverage for Veterans April is the Cruelest Month: Trudeau Urges Police to Crack Down on Cannabis Dispensaries The Task Force’s Report […]