Marijuana Party (Canada)

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Marijuana Party (Canada) (Wikipedia)

The Marijuana Party (French: Parti Marijuana) is a Canadian federal political party, whose agenda focuses on issues related to cannabis in Canada. Apart from this one issue, the party has no other official policies, meaning party candidates are free to express any views on all other political issues. Passage of the Cannabis Act in June 2018 legalized cannabis on 17 October 2018.

Marijuana Party
Parti Marijuana
Active federal party
LeaderBlair Longley
Founded2000 (2000)
HeadquartersMontreal, Quebec
IdeologyCannabis rights
Cannabis law reforms
Senate
0 / 105
House of Commons
0 / 338
Website
www.marijuanaparty.ca

Candidates appear on election ballots under the short form "Radical Marijuana" and their status is similar to that of independent candidates. Although governed by the Canada Elections Act, the Marijuana Party is a "decentralized" party, without by-laws, charter or constitution that govern its operations. Its Electoral District Associations are autonomous units of the party as a whole.

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