Vote topic

That the House: ( a) recognize the contradiction of continuing to give Canadian criminal records for simple possession of marijuana after the government has stated that it should not be a crime; (b) recognize that this situation is unacceptable to Canadians, municipalities and law enforcement agencies; (c) recognize that a growing number of voices, including that of a former Liberal prime minister, are calling for decriminalization to address this gap; and (d) call upon the government to immediately decriminalize the simple possession of marijuana for personal use.

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Result

Yes 49
NDP Bloc Green
No 256
Conservative Liberal

Conservative

Didn't vote Maxime Bernier
Didn't vote Alupa Clarke
Didn't vote Todd Doherty
Didn't vote Diane Finley
Didn't vote Jim Hillyer
Didn't vote Matt Jeneroux
Didn't vote Larry Maguire
Didn't vote Scott Reid
Didn't vote David Tilson
Didn't vote Dianne Lynn Watts
Didn't vote Alice Wong

NDP

Bloc

Liberal

Didn't vote Mauril Bélanger
Didn't vote Bob Bratina
Didn't vote Neil Ellis
Didn't vote Colin Fraser
Didn't vote Mark Gerretsen
Didn't vote TJ Harvey
Didn't vote Alaina Lockhart
Didn't vote Bill Morneau
Didn't vote Geoff Regan
Didn't vote Harjit S. Sajjan
Didn't vote Darrell Samson
Didn't vote Scott Simms

Independent

Didn't vote Hunter Tootoo

Green