Trudeau government engages consulting firm of Cheech & Chong to oversee bureaucratisation of Justin's dopefest...
OTTAWA — The federal government is looking to establish a cannabis tracking system to collect information from licensed producers, distributors and retailers — just one of a host of changes contained in bills tabled last week that set stage for the drug’s legalization.I can see Pierre-lite birthing thousands of civil service jobs (all those laid-off gun registry folks) to create all those spreadsheets and Powerpoint presentations. A billion here, a billion there... pretty soon you're talkin' real valuta.
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"Since moving to the problem-plagued Phoenix pay system in early 2016, tens of thousands of federal civil servants have been short-changed or not paid at all. Some have even been overpaid, causing confusion about how they should pay that money back."Remember Jean Chretien's 2 billion dollar Long Gun Registry?
LAST WORDS: Even the CBC is skeptical...
Enforcement of cannabis law, it continues, "traps too many Canadians in the criminal justice system for minor, non-violent offenses."Well, he's a Liberal... they can't help talking out both sides of their mouths.
Well said. Courageous, even. Huzzah. So. What's the government's solution?
Well, it intends to continue arresting, prosecuting and criminalizing Canadians who commit this minor and non-violent offence, at least for another year or so. Young Canadians are particularly vulnerable to arrest.