On the outside looking in : the implementation of the Cannabis Act and its effects on Indigenous peoples / the Honourable Brian Francis, chair, the Honourable David M. Arnot, deputy chair.: YC28-0/441-12E-PDF
"In 2022, the Standing Senate Committee on Indigenous Peoples (the committee) examined the implementation of the Cannabis Act and how the legalization of cannabis has affected Indigenous peoples. It also wanted to better understand how the Government of Canada addressed recommendations from the committee’s 2018 report on the subject matter of the cannabis bill. The committee found that many of the pressing problems identified by witnesses before cannabis was legalized have not been addressed. The report contains 13 recommendations to the Government of Canada and the Expert Panel"--Executive Summary, page 7.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Indigenous Peoples, author, issuing body.|
|Title||On the outside looking in : the implementation of the Cannabis Act and its effects on Indigenous peoples / the Honourable Brian Francis, chair, the Honourable David M. Arnot, deputy chair.|
|Series title||Interim report of the Standing Senate Committee on Indigenous Peoples ; [12th report, 44th Parliament, 1st session]|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Cover title. |
Issued also in French under title : Vu de l’extérieur : la mise en œuvre de la Loi sur le cannabis et ses effets sur les peuples autochtones.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada : Senate, Canada = Sénat, Canada, June 2023.|
|Author / Contributor||Francis, Brian, 1957-|
|Description||1 online resource (38 pages).|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| Canada. Cannabis Act. |
Indigenous peoples -- Health and hygiene -- Canada.
Cannabis -- Economic aspects -- Canada.
Cannabis -- Government policy -- Canada.
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