Thursday, March 15, 2012

Stop the Violence BC

 

World leaders urge Canada to avoid mandatory minimum sentences for marijuana

World leaders urge Canada to avoid mandatory minimum sentences for marijuana Virgin Group founder Richard Branson; former Presidents of Brazil, Colombia and Switzerland; and former Federal Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour call Bill C-10 a ‘grave mistake’ former Federal Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour call Bill C-10 a ‘grave mistake’ [Vancouver, BC – February 29, [...]

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Former Attorneys General Call on BC Leaders to End Cannabis Prohibition

Former Attorneys General Call on BC Leaders to End Cannabis Prohibition Colin Gabelmann, Ujjal Dosanjh, Graeme Bowbrick and Geoff Plant Say Legalized, Regulated System Will Reduce Gang Activity, Ease Burden on Court System [Vancouver, BC] – Four former British Columbian attorneys general are calling on Premier Christy Clark and NDP opposition leader Adrian Dix to [...]

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Expert audit of government data proves failure of cannabis prohibition B.C.’s top public health doctors join call for ending marijuana prohibition Polling results show most British Columbians believe alcohol more harmful than cannabis

B.C.’s top public health doctors join call for ending marijuana prohibition Polling results show most British Columbians believe alcohol more harmful than cannabis December 22, 2011 [Vancouver, Canada] – Following Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s recent rejection of marijuana law reform, Stop the Violence BC has released a new report that audits government funded surveillance systems [...]

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Former Vancouver Mayors Urge Politicians to Reconsider Marijuana Laws and Stop Gang Violence

Larry Campbell, Michael Harcourt, Sam Sullivan and Philip Owen Endorse Bipartisan Effort to Overturn Prohibition and Reduce Related Crime November 23, 2011 [Vancouver, Canada] – Four former Vancouver mayors have endorsed the Stop the Violence BC (STVBC) coalition and its call to overturn marijuana prohibition and reduce the harms associated with the illegal marijuana trade, [...]

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Coalition of BC Law Enforcement, Health and Academic Experts Call for Marijuana Legalization and Regulation to Reduce Gang Violence

New Polls Shows 87% of British Columbians Link Gang Violence to Organized Crime’s Control of Marijuana Trade October 27, 2011 [Vancouver, Canada] – In the wake of high-profile gang violence related to the illegal marijuana industry in BC, a new coalition of academic, legal and health experts has released the first of a series of [...]

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