MMAR/ACMPR will continue with legalization...

Discussion in 'Canadian Patients' started by CannaReview, Apr 16, 2017.


    CannaReview Well-Known Member

    Its worse than that This is 100% set up to cash in on a drug any and every way they can and its set up to keep people from being able to grow by putting in insane restrictions and licensing requirements.
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    gb123 Well-Known Member

    its their way of DEALING WITH THE ONES THEY CANT DEAL WITH wake up folks!!

    Cant make MMAR system go away???:razz:..make the sick people go away instead!! lol

    cannadan Well-Known Member

    That's what I got out of that big read too....
    criminal penalties for both medical and recreational that just did not exist before.
    and driving will be the biggest screw around going.
    You will be guilty by default just by being a med patient, in every case that piece of info...(your MMAR or ACMPR)
    will haunt your driving record,unless you have a lot of personality and can get really good at explaining the whole situation
    to the police over and over again...provided they will even listen.
    I'm pretty sure most of us would be safer hanging up the drivers licence come legalization....other wise enjoy the life of an impaired driver....
    and the cost of insurance....I will be letting the wife drive....and forgoing the licence....
    This was the main reason I did not support the first place.
    I never am impaired from smoking mmj ...never....I mean I wish.... really I have not had a good buzz in about 3 years...
    and I kinda laugh at peoples triple A and Quadruple A meds... since they have basically zero effect in the stoned dept.

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    thanks for taking the time Dan
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    R.Raider Well-Known Member

    I think any decent lawyer would get a guy off of this if it was medical but guess we'll soon find out for sure. Fingers crossed.
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    gb123 Well-Known Member

    we shall go with that logic then

    ok, so how the fuck(not directed at you) would it become LAW in the first place if a good lawyer could make it not so?
    riddle me that one (:
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    TheRealDman Well-Known Member

    Bad laws and good lawyers gave us a win in Allard vs HMTQ.

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    yes yes but wasnt my point :)

    was trying to point out that it cant and wont become law for the simple fact anyone can see passed it...
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    cannadan Well-Known Member

    so for someone who has about 6 doses per 4.5 hour period...they should be permanently over.
    Maybe they will issue medical cards with our (P.O.T ) Permanently Over Tables printed on them...
    just a thought. May have to consider giving up the drivers licence, otherwise

    R.Raider Well-Known Member

    I know this will probably be a massive shock to you but lawyers get people off of broken laws all the time lol.

    The rec thing is brand new. I'm sure they'll be ironing out details and making adjustments for many, many years I bet.
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    CannaReview Well-Known Member

    Lets put it this way, this thing is set up to make money at each step of cannabis consumption or to divert anyone wanting to grow their own to just said fuck it with all the requirements and just buy it or send people to jail. I can't see the people running the Task Force being able to really come up with this.

    I might be crazy for saying this but were better off having anti legalization protest so this doesn't pass.

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    I get it

    Was hoping that it wouldnt get that far being as crazy as it is!!

    Has to make it through first!! ;)
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    sleepless_canuck Well-Known Member

    You are seriously out of it bud.

    CalyxCrusher Well-Known Member

    Im sure theres a constitutional challenge here. Kinda like the Allard take on it where patients were forced to choose between health or liberty. Now its a choice to be able to freely move within our own country or imprisonment

    GrowRock Well-Known Member

    I am worried about my ass backwards province "Manitoba" anyway the crooks over at the monopoly known as Manitoba public insurance the only vehicle insurance company in monopolytoba want zero tolerance for cannabis or druggged driving as those asses refer to it. This is so fucked I have drove for over 15 years with cannabis in my system and I have a clean driving/criminal record but not for long all because of my medical need for mmj and my greedy gov....

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    lol actually,,, truth be known..
    been 100% correct the last three years and going ... :)

    funny its gone the way we have been saying it would go the whole entire time for medical.

    cheers... WAKE UP PEOPLE! :weed:(:

    lots to say about others ? and nothing to say about yourself or how it will go!
    cheap seat comments from people who have nothing to add but their misery.


    zoic Well-Known Member

    I hear you. I have smoked dawn to dusk for over 35 years, so am I permanently impaired? How did I manage to replace a car engine, build a fence, fix a few thousand computers, do all of my own business taxes, etc, etc, etc. all while being impaired? Maybe impaired is a good thing for me, quiet down my overactive brain to a dull roar.

    I have not been pulled over more that a few times in the last 20 years and it is always bullshit reason when it happens. So what do I do? When the cops asks for license and insurance I just recite my drivers license #. Now of course they want to see the license to see if I was correct. When they realize that I was correct, I ask them why they pulled me over. They just send me on my way. I really enjoy doing that.

    FWIW, if occasionally I feel too high to drive comfortably, then I do not drive.
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    trippingballs Active Member

    While waiting for my med license to arrive I received a "random" study from the government in my mail. It wanted to know if I drive or use public transit, how often I drive, the times of day and where (!) that I drive etc etc etc. I just threw it in the trash. Weird.

    My town doesn't even have a bus.
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    gb123 Well-Known Member

    you should have said you drive for a livin
    never had any issue or accident
    and that you take 4000 mgs a day :weed:
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