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Marijuana, Tickets, and The Trouble With Finding Good Hired Help These Days

On the morning of August 21st, 2013 I awoke to the news that The Canadian Association of Chiefs Of Police had suggested handing out tickets for marijuana users instead of laying charges or issuing warnings… and something inside me just … Continue reading

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Occupy What, Now…..?

So on Oct. 15, 2011, I was quoted in this Ottawa Citizen article, which got me this email: classy comments in the citizen… are you a social activist or a whiner seeking status? Stop projecting your limp-wristed fantasies on others… … Continue reading

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Reducing The Harm Of “Harm Reduction”

I am a fan of INSITE because it has been peer-reviewed and the facts are in: it does what it tries to do, which is reduce overdoses and the spread of diseases. Okay. But this: The Harm Reduction Taboo, makes … Continue reading

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