Cannabis advocacy is important for people of any age, gender and orientation to stand up for and defend the rights of oneself and others. The counter culture industry continues to strive with rallies, demonstrations and events which also helps to educate people and eliminate stereotypes.
It is important for advocates to remember to visualize the change you want to make before acting. Dream it and then do it. We’ve made a lot of progress over the years and it’s only up from here.
To help you get started, below you will find links to sites we think are important. Let us know of others sites we should see. Get involved ‐ you may not be interested in politics but politics is sure interested in you.
A group of cannabis supporters from Brantford, Ontario. Follow us on our amazing adventure aall human and we deserve a safe, healthy lifestyle free of abuse from authorities. Visit Link
Founded in 2009 by Jason Wilcox, Cannabis in Canada provides a forum where cannabis patients can get the most recent news, events and political debates regarding the free cannabis movement. In 2012, Wilcox founded the Cannabis Rights Coalition which provides cannabis advocacy for patients. Visit Link
The Cannabis Rights Coalition was founded in order to effectively address public concerns related to Health Canada's recently proposed regulations within "Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations". Health Canada is proposing to deny sick and/or disabled persons to produce their own medicine or have a caregiver produce it for them. The right to grow or have a caregiver grow medical marihuana has been in effect for 10 years now under the current program, and offers a less expensive treatment option for patients (almost 25% less cost using Health Canada's own figures). Visit Link
The MMAR Patients Lobby group is a private Facebook group that is dedicated to Canadian patients who have applied for an exemption or have an exemption. Visit Link
The Niagara Cannabis Club is first and foremost about patients helping patients. The lounge is for adults only, 18+ and the space is dedicated to supporting each other and building a strong "canna-community". The lounge is a space where patients can come to meet fellow patients and relax. Visit Link
The Cannabis Buyers' Clubs of Canada are the oldest medical marijuana clubs in Canada, starting their services in January 1996. Their mandate is to supply medicinal quality cannabis and cannabis-based products to those with permanent physical disabilities or diseases. Like many other groups, the CBCC is very concerned about changes to regulations within Health Canada's "Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations". Visit Link