The legalization of cannabis this week, and many Canadians' relieved reactions, underlined how rarely governments do something that genuinely alters people's daily lives.
Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP)
Many Canadians have recognized the positive social, judicial, and economic potential that cannabis legalization will have for our nation.
Do the Harper government's drug policies link a national pharmacare plan with harm reduction and safe-injection sites?
It may appear that harm reduction and safe-injection sites are peripherally related to the campaign for a national pharmacare plan, but the Harper government's drug policies inextricably link them.
This workshop guide goes through how to dispell drug related stigma and get folks to recognize their biases
As Insite celebrates its 10th anniversary of successful operation in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, the Conservative government in Ottawa is still railing against Safe Injection Sites.
Elections BC has just approved the language of a petition to introduce the Sensible Policy Act into the legislature. Dana Larsen says the biggest hurdle is getting enough signatures on the petition.
A year after the federal government passed the Safe Streets and Communities Act, Pivot Legal looks at some of the effects of the legislation on marginalized populations.
Did you feel it too? A nervous anticipation hung in the Global Exchange office Nov. 6 as we wondered what the outcome of the U.S. election would be. Now that we have the results –- who won?
Today, Canada and the U.S. are taking very different paths in drug policy. In Canada, we are taking backward steps and are enacting mandatory minimum sentences for many drug offenses.