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Cannabis Use and Driving: Evidence Review

This policy brief is the result of a review of the research on cannabis impairment and driving that is currently underway at the CDPC. This project has involved an extensive…

Why Canada is no longer a leader in global drug policy February 27, 2015

Co-authored with Jenna Valleriani, director of Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy. This op-ed first appeared in the Globe and Mail, Feb. 27, 2015 Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s statement about…

Illegal Drugs Get Cheaper, More Potent October 10, 2013

Sometimes my work as a drug policy analyst is really hard to explain to my non-drug policy friends. Most of the research findings about drug policy that I deal with…

Why Decriminalize Drugs? June 20, 2013

On Thursday, May 24th the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition released a report on Canadian drug policy. The report calls for the replacement of Canada’s National Anti-Drug Strategy with one focused…

Attorney Generals Speak Out On Pot Prohibition January 24, 2013

Last Friday, in a commentary piece for the Globe and Mail, four former B.C. Attorney Generals came out in very clear terms and said what needs to be said: Canada’s…