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COVID-19 Pandemic and Other Matters   marijuana regulations is allowing large-scale grow ops to emerge without any of the protocols to which the regular licensed marijuana producers are subject to. Area residents are forced to deal with light pollution, an overwhelming smell and safety risks. We also have reports

July 22nd, 2020House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Marijuana  Mr. Speaker, yesterday the Liberals said that they would legalize marijuana without having drug-impaired driving laws in effect. With the inability for a roadside test for cannabis use, can the minister please inform this House just how the Liberal government intends to keep

May 10th, 2018House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Marijuana  Mr. Speaker, obviously, there is no plan, but that is no surprise. While the Liberals made it clear that they want to have pot legalized by the summer, the Minister of Justice has always said that when marijuana is legalized, there would be laws to protect Canadians

May 10th, 2018House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Tobacco Act  , and how it contrasts with what the Liberals are putting forward in their marijuana legislation. Back to my second concern, which is if we implement plain packaging and end up fuelling the contraband market we could actually see an increase in the rate of youth smoking as a result

November 3rd, 2017House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Canadian Wheat Board  Mr. Speaker, we were as disappointed as western farmers were with the decision that was brought down today. We will be appealing that decision because, quite frankly, we believe in marketing freedom for Canadian farmers, unlike the NDP, which wants to legalize marijuana

December 7th, 2011House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Justice  Madam Speaker, the Liberal government is responsible for crime being exported from the big cities to our nation's rural communities. We now have marijuana grow-ops, even in Haldimand--Norfolk. Why? Because the government's lax laws and weak sentences have taught criminals

November 14th, 2005House debate

Diane FinleyConservative