NZ Drug Foundation

Why Canadians will soon be allowed to buy weed – legally (WATCH)

In July 2018 Canada will become the second country in the world to universally legalise cannabis (Uruguay too the plunge earlier this year). Former Canadian deputy prime minister, Anne McLellan, spoke at the New Zealand Drug Foundation’s parliamentary symposium about her role in guiding Canada’s drug reform.

How to legalise cannabis: Lessons from Canada, where they're about to do it

Former Canadian deputy prime minister Anne McLellan was in New Zealand last week to present at the NZ Drug Foundation symposium about her role in guiding Canada’s drug reform. She spoke to Simon Day about the road to legalisation, growing Canada’s 'worst pot ever', and the potential Baby Boomer weed market.

Our politicians won't do it, so the Drug Foundation did: A model drug law for New Zealand

New Zealand’s drug law is causing more harm than good. The New Zealand Drug Foundation has proposed a replacement that would decriminalise all drugs, and create a regulated cannabis market. Executive director Ross Bell outlines the foundation’s model drug law.