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If enacted, the bill would impose mandatory minimum sentences on certain drug crimes - including those of the nonviolent variety - in a misguided attempt to target "serious drug traffickers, the people who are basically out to destroy our society," as Justice Minister Rob Nicholson explained.
Opponents of the measure, however, dispute Nicholson's claim.
The article states that "Canada has grown to be the most important producer of MDMA for North America" and also plays a major role in supplying the drug to Japan and Australia. Canada reported only 17." According to the report, the issue revolves less around the sheer number of Canadian drug labs than it does around those labs' sizes.
Additionally, the UN found that Canada's participation in the global amphetamine trade was on the rise. The Sun quotes the reports assertion that "The number of [methamphetamine] laboratories reported by Mexico and Canada remains comparatively small, although the size of the laboratories may on average be larger." In the words of Canadian criminologist Neil Boyd, "There's a suggestion [in the report] that trafficking [in these drugs] has increased since 2003, [...] which is probably true.
Kerr, who teaches medicine at the University of British Columbia. Kerr said he's sure that that the injection site saves at least a dozen lives per year." As insurance coverage rates continue to climb the increased use of employee drug testing follows.Workers could also be tested if there is a reasonable suspicion of impairment.The program tests for alcohol and nine other drugs." The article adds, "Bruce Margetts, president of Nanaimo's Crane Force Ltd., said industry employers have been fighting for a drug testing policy for years. ' Being in the crane business, the liabilities are absolutely staggering,' he said.He said unionized contractors and the 14 building trades worked on the policy since the last round of bargaining and it applies to everyone on the job site, including managers and administrative staff.
Scollan said the agreement only applies to the 350 members in his association.Harper's new program will require Canada to "invest as much as million a year in projects across the Americas that combat the illicit drug trade, corruption, human trafficking, and other regional problems." Nearly half a million dollars (0,000) "will go to Mexico to help fight its drug war." Thus, as part of his attempt to "help" Mexico fend off cartels, Harper has authorized Canadian Mounties to "train 300 mid-level Mexican police officers with the help of the United States and other countries.The Mounties will also train 32 new police commanders in such areas as police management, investigation and intelligence skills." The question of what exactly Canadian law enforcement has to offer the Mexican military with regard to police training remains unanswered, but "[f]unding for the program has already been earmarked in the January federal budget," so interested readers can watch the program's progress as it moves along early next year.According to a July 13, 2009 article in the Nanaimo News Bulletin ("Victoria Accepts 'Crack Kit' Distribution"), Victoria "is impatient to get [...] crack kits flowing" to addicts despite opposition from surrounding cities.