Both the Marijuana Party and the Bloc Pot are political parties dedicated exclusively to the issue of ending marijuana prohibition. The Marijuana Party ran 73 candidates in the Nov 2000 elections. The Bloc pot ran 24 Candidates in the 1998 Quebec provincial election.
This portal is provided as an information clearinghouse where experienced leaders, experts and pioneers in the diverse cannabis industry can share knowledge with all stakeholders, law makers/enforcers, the public and journalists, and to augment the community of participating organizations within the coalition.
The International Cannabinoid Research Society is dedicated to research in all fields relating to the Cannabinoids, from receptor studies and medicinal chemistry to treatment and prevention of marijuana abuse.
Just Say Now is a campaign for marijuana legalization, made of a transpartisan alliance of organizations seeking to improve our nation’s drug laws: Firedoglake, is a progressive blog and activist hub dedicated to bringing greater transparency and accountability to government, and Students for Sensible Drug Policy.
The Marijuana Policy Project is the largest marijuana policy reform organization in the United States. It works to minimize the harm associated with marijuana, both its consumption and and the laws that are intended to prohibit such use.
Stop the Violence BC is a coalition of academics, past/present members of law enforcement, and the general public concerned about the links between cannabis prohibition in BC and the growth of organized crime and related violence in the province.
The Vancouver Island Compassion Society is a non-profit group dedicated to supplying affordable, medical-grade cannabis to patients throughout Victoria and Vancouver Island and to promote research into the use of medicinal marijuana, THC, and other cannabinoids.