drug policy

Grieving Canadian moms to UN: ‘Tough love’ doesn’t work for drugs

An underrepresented voice in drug policy go to the UN: mothers with an all-too-personal understanding of the cost of drug abuse

On marijuana, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals fight back

Paul Wells on what’s at play in the 2015 election campaign

On prescription drugs, Aglukkaq raises questions about Tory policy

Why pretend prescription drug abuse is separate from the abuse of illegal drugs?


Inmates take Ottawa to court over lack of clean needles

Prison inmates are suing the federal government for not providing them with clean needles. Advocacy groups are arguing it violates their right to health care, and also makes the health care problem worse.

Closing Insite would violate Charter: Supreme Court

Montreal, Toronto and Victoria could establish similar services