Published on Thursday, 30 June 2016 11:48
Government of Canada Marijuana Legalization and Regulation online consultation questionnaire! (up to August 29, 2016).
Task force and public consultation to inform creation of a new system that will protect and inform Canadians
June 30, 2016
Ottawa, ON - Government of Canada - News Release
Participate up to August 29, 2016 by completing the online consultation questionnaire.Toward the Legalization, Regulation and Restriction of Access to Marijuana - Discussion Paper
or skip directly to participate in "online consultation"
, locate the "Next" button at "Accessing Marijuana for Medical Purposes" "Privacy Notice"
or see “How to participate” “Provide feedback on minimizing harms of use by completing the "online consultation.
” link above the “Previous” and “Next” buttons on the following five pages: 3.1 Minimizing harms of use, 3.2 Establishing a Safe and Responsible Production System, 3.3 Designing an appropriate distribution system, 3.4 Enforcing public safety and protection and 3.5 Accessing Marijuana for Medical Purposes
Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Secretariat
Address locator 0602E
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9
Note 3 Task Force members: Dr. Susan C. Boyd
, Dr. Mark A Ware
and Dr. Perry Kendall
members of Liberal government "Task Force on Marijuana Legalization and Regulation"
Dr. Susan C. Boyd
, Killer Weed: Marijuana Grow Ops, Media and Justice.
The Canadian Press — Dec. 25, 2013
Book by B.C. researcher says media, police not talking straight on pot
Susan C. Boyd, BC BookLook - April 17th, 2014 Reefer madness is governmental
Dr. Mark A Ware
Executive Director of The Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids (CCIC)
Dr. Mark Ware, the Montreal pain specialist who led the national study, says medical cannabis appears to have a reasonable safety profile when taken by patients who are experienced users.
No addled brain for experienced medical marijuana users: study
Dr. Perry Kendall, British Columbia Provincial Health Officer
November 10, 2014 Vancouver Sun
Dr. Perry Kendall reflects on 15 years as British Columbia’s Provincial Health Officer