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More Lenient Marijhuana laws still on Federl Govt agenda in Canada

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posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 01:20 AM

This may be good news for those who have been calling for a more lenient stance on possession of the unmentionable substance....
The Canadian Govt has been prevailed upon to loosen up by such as the police chiefs association of Canada.....maybe they will get er done this time....think so? or No?

posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 01:36 AM
I think the Chiefs are able to determine what legalization will possibly mean for their workload. On Canada Day I go downtown and there's a third of a block crammed with sellers in stalls as in flea market style...You could easily buy a pound, not a cop in sight! The LEO's know we partake and they also now that usage is proportionate between them and us.

posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 01:37 AM
Another reason to move here. If only I spoke better French.

posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 01:44 AM
Lots of English speaking country too ya know....

We seem to be moving albeit a mite slowly,....dragging our feet ponderously,....inching ever closer, one baby step at a time...., to acceptance of this substance in Canadian society.....
The reasons for the inordinate amount of lip service and foot dragging is of course those in power realize that legalization may change the paradigm so that people will no longer buy into the lies.....the ones they tell you from cradle to grave to make you behave....
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posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 09:04 AM
Harper must be connected to the Mexican Cartels, Justin Trudeau has been fighting to make Canada a safer country by doing as America is now doing,by cutting off the money supply and hard addictive drug distribution acess which they build into the non-addictive MJ marketplace to Mexican Cartels by legalising MJ.

Canadian cities have been flooded by coc aine since the US began changing their laws and disrupting the MJ network which the Cartels were financing and running so they could slip coke into the equation, the MJ network was WIDE and was what they used to push coc aine,making the coke look secondary when it is really addictive and nothing like MJ.

Harper has never been concerned with Canadas safety,he has never been concerned with being a leader of Canada,he has been interested in longevity of office.

Canada SHOULD HAVE BEEN FIRST to make MJ a non-factor and by virtue of Harper CAUSING US TO LAG BEHIND in major areas of National Social and Societal change Canada has been made vulnerable to the Cartels continued and desperately increasing pressures and influences which bring murders death and coc aine and heroin addiction to Canadians.

Harper is between a rock and a hard place and he knows it,it is time for Harper to move on.

Harper is not PROGRESSIVE enough to be leading Canada in todays world.He has shown he is willing to sacrifice our kids to mexican Cartels drugs and death to forge his own legacy,that he IGNORES Canadians who feel MORE strongly about de-criminalising or legalising MJ to STOP the oprganised running of hard drugs and guns by organised crime which has traditionally used the non-addictive MJ to support a global market for the addictive drugs they make the real money off of.

Harper has ensured Canada has lagged behind America on yet ANOTHER huge social issue,it is time for Harper to go.

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