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NDP leader says decriminalization should have been the focus.
Liberal MPs had the hour off, basically.
The NDP leader thinks it's unfair Canadians will still get criminal records for pot possession.
The Liberals said they'll introduce a bill next year.
His mother was born in Vancouver, and later attended Simon Fraser University.
No, we don't have a president.
"We're going to get started on that right away."
Harper Conservatives have wasted little time linking Marc Emery, the so-called "Prince of Pot" who returned to Canada Tuesday
A flyer circulated by Conservative minister Julian Fantino makes some questionable claims about what Justin Trudeau is telling
The flyer claims Trudeau "visited schools to tell kids pot should be legal." The incident in question occurred in November
THE BACKSTORY The clip comes from a video uploaded to YouTube last July in which Trudeau affirmed, during a question and
Liberals gathered in Montreal over the weekend to vote on policy resolutions and, according to a new poll, a few have the
What began as a mere pipe dream and a silly gag cooked up by Conservative operatives now might be the perfect gift for the
Justice Minister Peter MacKay, who has been one of the most vocal critics of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's support for
Conservatives lambasting Justin Trudeau for discussing marijuana with students this week likely won't be happy that one of
Conservatives are once again accusing Justin Trudeau of promoting pot to children after the Liberal leader explained his
Justin Trudeau slammed Stephen Harper Wednesday for what he said is the prime minister's "nanny state" stance on marijuana
The Conservative government is accusing Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau of pushing pot at kids, while at the same time launching
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and a Manitoba food bank manager got into a somewhat tense exchange Thursday over the issue
Despite division over what to do about marijuana laws, Canadians seem much less split over what they think about Justin Trudeau's