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Posted 13 March 2010 - 11:35 AM



(2002) High Society - Western Weed Warriors [1of3]
(2002) High Society - Western Weed Warriors [2of3]
(2002) High Society - Western Weed Warriors [3of3]

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 12:12 PM



(2001) High Society - The Harm Reduction Club [1of3]
(2001) High Society - The Harm Reduction Club [2of3]
(2001) High Society - The Harm Reduction Club [3of3]

(2003) Canada's Supreme Court hears marijuana challenge - Dana Larsen

The main point of the legal debate was the concept of "harm" and the disparity between the minimal harm caused by the sale and use of marijuana as compared to the severe penalties given for those offences. Lower courts had ruled that the harm caused by the use of cannabis was minimal, but still more than trivial, and so the government could arbitrarily criminalize it for that reason.

David Malmo-Levine told the court that he wanted to shift the debate, to focus not on whatever specific amount of harm is caused by cannabis use, but rather on how best to reduce or eliminate those potential harms. Malmo-Levine argued that when done properly, any potential harms involved in the use and sale of cannabis products can be successfully mitigated or lowered to negligible levels.

As an example of a responsible dealer, Malmo-Levine described his Harm Reduction Club. Malmo-Levine's club sold marijuana only to members who first read a "Safer, Smarter Smoking Guide" and also promised not to operate heavy machinery while impaired. The Club also sold only organically grown cannabis, so as to eliminate the harms caused by pesticides and over-fertilization.

The court seemed receptive to the arguments presented them, but it is impossible to predict what their ultimate decision will be. There is typically a six to eight month waiting period for such a decision, so there will hopefully be a ruling issued by the court before the end of the year.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:42 AM



(2002) Igby Goes Down

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:45 AM



(2002) Ken Park

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:48 AM



(2002) Paid in Full

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:51 AM



(2002) Rules of Attraction

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:56 AM



(2002) Slackers

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:00 AM



(1997) Rascalz - Cash Crop

Cash Crop is an album by Canadian hip hop group Rascalz, released in 1997 on ViK. Recordings. The album is the group's most successful record to date, it was certified gold by CRIA with sales of over 50,000 copies across Canada[1].Source

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:02 AM



(2003) Fame Chimica

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:04 AM



(2003) Lost in Translation

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:09 AM



(2003) Slim Susie - Marijuana Song

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:10 AM



(2003) Thirteen

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:13 AM



(2003) Wonderland

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 06:14 AM



(2003) Adam & Paul

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 09:34 AM



(2002) High Society - Ross Rebagliati on Jay Leno

Ross Rebagliati - 98 Olympic Coverage - News #1
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Posted 18 March 2010 - 08:49 AM



(2002) The Prince of Pot - John Walters Alert

Sound the alarms, the Ameri-Nazi's Drug Czar Johnny Walters is coming to Vansterdam to peddle Uncle Scam's War on Drugs. Join Marc and other activists on Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Pavilion Ballroom, 1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver, 12 till 2

(2002) Pot-TV: The John Walters Project [1of3]
(2002) Pot-TV: The John Walters Project [2of3]
(2002) Pot-TV: The John Walters Project [3of3]


Marc and friends and members of the BCMP covertly acquired a table at a luncheon-speech organized by the Vancouver Board of Trade and featuring the US Drug Czar John Walters. If only this Narco-Nazi got this kind of greeting everywhere he took his trail of lies! Great newsclips and an eyewitness account of John Walters visit to Vancouver's cannabis friendly cafe The Amsterdam.

(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [1of7]
(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [2of7]
(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [3of7]
(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [4of7]
(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [5of7]
(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [6of7]
(2004) Pot-TV Classics - Walters and Me [7of7]

Originally released on November 6th, 2004. Shortly after the 2003 Summer of Legalization, the 2002 Senate Committee report on illegal drug and in the midst of Canadian marijuana decriminalization. John Walters meddles into Canadian politics in his campaign against Canadian Decrim.

Remember how Michael Moore tracked down the CEO of GM to ask why his town had been ruined in Roger And Me? This Moore-esque hour-long Potumentary follows the history of the Canadian "decrim" bill from 2002 and it's demise from pressure from the Dark Lord, John Walters and his retaliation (debunking him), to it's present proposal in the House of Commons, where everyone would face worse penalties.
The stars of this show are the politicians themselves, who through the news have given plenty of testimony to how this story has taken a really bad turn in Canadian law.

(2003) The John Walters Remix hilarious

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 06:29 AM



(1998) Cannabis Canada renames to Cannabis Culture

A change in name means Cannabis Nation has no borders

CC13 - From Cannabis Canada to Cannabis Culture - Dana Larsen

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 06:30 AM



In legalizing hemp production in 1998, Canada took restrictions off environmentally-sound paper products, clothing, and oil.

Source: (2000) American News Service - Hemp Legalization Sparks Growth of New Industries - Helena Katz

On the 7th of August, Canada's hemp luminaries gathered in the midst of a Kent County hemp field, to celebrate unprecendented political and financial support for growing industrial hemp in Ontario.

As America blows another $13 Billion dollars this year to battle the war on drugs, Canada writes a cheque to get hemp going down on the farm. Canadian hemp farmers continue to explore new opportunities, and this time they have the blessing of the big ducks in government, and public money for hemp research.

Imagine that! A government dowry for industrial hemp research begins a new era of fibre farming for Ontario.

Source: (1997) CC10 - Ontario Goes to Hemp - Dr. Alexander Sumach

Last November, a handful of
steadfast Canadian hempsters were invited by Health Canada to meet in a
climate of "transparency" with knowledgeable government personnel, in order
to draft an initial Hemp Regulatory Agreement. Two days of intense hemp
talks followed in Ottawa on March 17-18 of this year.

A sprinkling of autonomous regional hemp activists,
people from the newly formed Canadian Industrial Hemp Council (CIHC), experienced
hemp farmers, crop agronomists, glib seed growers and anxious hemp entrepreneurs
alike were all in attendance.

Source: (1997) CC9 - Hemp Hunting in Darkest Ottawa

Canadian farmers will be allowed to grow industrial hemp for the first time in 60 years. Health Minister Allan Rock made the announcement on Thursday at the annual meeting of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture.

Rock said his staff is working to ensure farmers will be able to get licences quickly and in time to plant seeds this spring.

Hemp has been banned in Canada since 1938 because it is related to marijuana and contains small quantities of the same psychoactive ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.

Industrial hemp must have less than .3 per cent THC, which means it has no recreational value.

Source: (November, 1998) CBC - Hemp Ban Lifted

Effective March 12, 1998, the commercial production (including cultivation) of industrial hemp is now permitted in Canada, under licenses and authorization, issued by Health Canada. This action was prompted by several years of field research and lobbying by the agricultural and business community. Prior to 1998, there were only a handful of licenses issued to grow industrial hemp in Canada. In 1998, the first year after Health Canada opened up the licensing process, 241 licenses were issued. These licensees grew almost 2 370 hectares (5,857 acres) of hemp for industrial use. In 1999, the number of applications to grow hemp jumped dramatically to 545 with the area of hemp production increasing six-fold to nearly 14 031 hectares (34,657 acres). It looked as though the industrial hemp was well on its way to becoming the "Cinderella" crop in Canada. However, events in the summer of 1999, i.e., the demise of the perspective hemp processing company in Manitoba, changed the outlook for hemp production in Canada.

Source: agric.gov.ab.ca - Industrial Hemp Producation in Canada

Commercial hemp is finally legal in Canada. This means that Canadian farmers can now grow and sell certified low-THC strains of cannabis, with a permit issued by the Ministry of Health. This is a major step forward for the entire cannabis movement, and is a cause for great celebration. Congratulations are due to the cannabis activists, hemp farmers and many others who have pushed to revive this ancient crop.

Source: (1998) CC13 - Industrial hemp now legal in Canada!

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 06:55 AM



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CBC - Hemp in Canada [1of2]
CBC - Hemp in Canada [2of2]

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 08:28 AM



(2002) High Society - Ross Rebagliati on Jay Leno


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