It’s Time for Justin Trudeau to Show Up at 420 Ottawa by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 14, 2016

It’s Time for Justin Trudeau to Show Up at 420 Ottawa by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 14, 2016

One of the strongest positions that assisted Justin Trudeau in his majority victory was the Liberal party’s position to legalize Marijuana. Trudeau failed to defend Marc Emery’s extradition to the US that was more about industrial competition and advantage more than any other factor.  Allowing a Canadian citizen to be extradited for something that wasn’t […]

Wynne Libs War Against Vaping & E Cigs Continues with New Laws by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 10, 2016

Wynne Libs War Against Vaping & E Cigs Continues with New Laws by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 10, 2016

Some agendas are more clear than others.    The Ontario government makes a lot of money off of the licensing of tobacco products.   In theory those monies are supposed to offset the high medical costs of traditionally smoked tobacco. E Cigs have grown exponentially with many using them as a tool to refrain from […]

Driver Charged Expired Tags, No Insurance & Marijuana Possession on Hwy 138 #OPP March 4, 2016

Driver Charged Expired Tags, No Insurance & Marijuana Possession on Hwy 138 #OPP March 4, 2016

DRUGS SEIZED AT TRAFFIC STOP (North Stormont) – On March 3, 2016 at approximately 7:14am, an Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Highway Safety Division (HSD) officer intercepted a vehicle for speeding on Highway 138, North Stormont Township. The stop resulted in the seizure of a quantity of suspected cannabis resin (hash). The male driver, Christopher ROCHON […]

Marijuana Ready Since Yesterday by Roy Berger JAN 22, 2016

Marijuana Ready Since Yesterday by Roy Berger  JAN 22, 2016

Since it’s 2016, Canadian marijuana policy is about to change. Yesterday’s users were delinquent outsiders. They apparently acted as criminal, conspiratorial spys, students and single mothers. They were immoral, indictable and illegal sitting targets. Tomorrow they will become moral, politically correct and legislatively upright at the stroke of a pen, as the State, previously bereft […]

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