For those interested in a sensible drug policy… sign here.

Here is an opportunity to sign the resolution coming out of the Community Forum on the National Anti-Drug Strategy held in Toronto on March 26th.

Signatures generated at the Forum and from the on-line version total over 1600, from people across Canada.  We will be presenting the resolution to Parliament soon, so please add your signature asap, if you haven’t already.  Please also forward this message to any interested contacts or networks. And while you are at it, consider signing the Insite injection site petition as well.

As many of you know I believe a drug policy built on scientific research and evidence – not fear – is one that will most likely generate results.

That said, I know this won’t change the world, but it might help a little.

7 thoughts on “For those interested in a sensible drug policy… sign here.

  1. Jason Lamarche

    Hi David,

    I totally agree that governments need to adopt a science based approach in managing drug related issues.

    FYI, the link to the Insite petition might not be working right.. can you post the direct address as a comment to this post?

    Reply
  2. Jason Lamarche

    Hi David,I totally agree that governments need to adopt a science based approach in managing drug related issues.FYI, the link to the Insite petition might not be working right.. can you post the direct address as a comment to this post?

    Reply
  3. Ada

    Trying to build a policy based on fear is, indeed, one of the most stupid things that government could do, especially because fear is the most unpredictable human feeling. However, we need to do something to fight against the rising number of teenagers dieing in drug treatment centers…

    Reply

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