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House Government Bill
37th Parliament, 3rd Session
February 2, 2004 - May 23, 2004
Text of the Bill
C-10
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An Act to amend the Contraventions Act and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
Last Stage Completed
Concurrence at Report Stage and Second Reading in the House of Commons (2004-02-24)
Progress: Concurrence at Report Stage and Second Reading in the House of Commons
 
Further Reading
Reading List
  • Cannabis use in Canada : policy options for control. Fischer, Benedict et al. Policy options, 19:34-8, Oct. 1998
  • Entre la décriminalisation et la légalisation du cannabis : quelques réflexions d'un intervenant en toxicomanie. Hotte, Maurice. L'intervenant, 18:8-12, oct. 2001
  • High finance. Davis, Brian Joseph. This magazine, 39:19-23, Jan./Feb. 2006
  • Inside dope. Hardy, Quentin. Forbes, 172:146-50, 152 ff, Nov. 10, 2003
  • Joint submissions. Rogers, Bill. Canadian lawyer, 27:28-33, June 2003
  • Just say maybe. The Economist, 367:72-3, Apr. 5, 2003
  • Just say yes: legalizing marijuana would actually be safer for kids than decriminalization. Bergman, Brian. Maclean's, 116:26-7, Mar. 3, 2003
  • La célébrité du cannabis, la décriminalisation et la prévention (2e partie). Hotte, Maurice. L'intervenant, 19:4-10, janv. 2003
  • La célébrité du cannabis, la décriminilisation et la prévention (1re partie). Hotte, Maurice. L'intervenant, 19:5-10, oct. 2002
  • Re-reading fundamental justice and the prohibition of marijuana. Hern, Sean. Criminal law quarterly, 44:487-513, May 2001
  • Rethinking our policy on cannabis. Boyd, Neil. Policy options, 19:31-3, Oct. 1998
  • The Saga Continues: Canadian Legislative Attempts to Reform Cannabis Law in the Twenty-First Century. Hyshka, Elaine. Canadian journal of criminology & criminal justice, 51:73-91, Jan. 2009
Party Press Releases
Related Links
  • An Open Letter Concerning Bill C-10 Decriminalization of Marijuana (MADD Canada)
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