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Judge Ian Pitfield said Insite should be allowed to remain open for a year even without a federal exemption from current drug laws.

The judge declared a key section of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act CDSA of no force and gave Ottawa until June 30, , to rectify the law because it appears to interfere with medical treatment. Judge Pitfield said the current law governing illicit substances puts "unfettered discretion in the hands of the Minister" and violates the Constitution.

Insite was established in September, , as a pilot project to reduce disease, reduce overdose deaths and foster better health care for addicts. More than one million injections have occurred. However, an exemption granted by the federal government for the clinic to operate expired, and the facility has been operating on temporary permits since.

The ruling was greeted with near disbelief and euphoria by advocates, who have lobbied for years, first to open the site and then to keep it open. Those were some of the generally positive conclusions, made public late Friday, of an expert advisory committee appointed by Health Canada. The committee was appointed last year to review existing research on Insite, as well as new studies commissioned, including one by Simon Fraser University criminologist Neil Boyd on public order. The report also suggested other types of research that could be done and it noted the limitations of existing studies.

He found that 80 per cent of a select group of police officers, business owners, residents and service providers in the Downtown Eastside thought the site should be expanded or retained. Just over half of the 20 police officers interviewed had that opinion.

The Conservative government of Stephen Harper is pushing crime policy to the forefront as it attempts to replicate a US-style drug war. The Ottawa Citizen reported on Feb. The government has declared it a confidence motion, meaning an election could be triggered if the measure is defeated.

Besides the crime motion, the government will face confidence votes over the federal budget at the end of this month, plus a motion to extend the Afghanistan mission that is expected to be put to a vote in late March.

However, it appeared yesterday that the crime motion would pass. Dion accused the government of trying to engineer its own defeat before having to table the budget. If that happens, the prime minister could ask the Governor General to dissolve Parliament, thus triggering an election, on the grounds the Senate is preventing the government from carrying out its agenda.

Experts debated whether such a move would be constitutional, especially since Parliament last year passed a bill setting fixed election dates. The next election is set for October , unless the opposition defeats the government.

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported on Jan. Most of that time would be done in a Canadian prison, he said. Emery had been facing a mandatory minimum term of 10 years and up to life if convicted in U.

The plea agreement calls for him to plead guilty to a three-count indictment issued in by a Seattle grand jury. He was charged with manufacturing more than a ton of marijuana and conspiring to distribute seeds and launder the profits. Attorney Todd Greenberg on Tuesday declined to comment on the plea bargain outlined by Emery.

Drug legalization lobbyists now have one less pot of money to rely on. According to a Canadian Press report published Jan. The CBC news service reported on Oct. The National Post reported on Oct. They say it also has slowed the sharing of needles, which is how AIDS and other diseases are often spread. The supporters say those results show the facility should be allowed to remain open permanently.

But critics, including Prime Minister Stephen Harper, have complained the Canadian government should not be sanctioning the use of illegal drugs. The spike in arrests for simple possession of cannabis appears in data compiled by The Canadian Press from municipal police forces through interviews and Access to Information Act requests.

National statistics will only be released next week but preliminary figures suggest the number of arrests jumped by more than one-third in several Canadian cities. Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa and Halifax all reported increases of between 20 and 50 per cent in , while Montreal and Calgary saw their number of arrests dip a few percentage points from the previous year.

Several police officials say the trend is linked directly to that legislation, which died as a result of the federal election on Jan. The head of one police association said many forces simply stopped laying charges after the Liberals first introduced a decriminalization bill under Jean Chretien in Nearly half of Canadians have committed the crime spelled out in Section 4 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Liberalization advocates say , Canadians unfairly carry a criminal record because of existing laws.

They call the decision to scrap decriminalization wrong-headed. Taking A Giant Step Backward: The new strategy, slated to be announced next week, is also understood to include more money for treatment and a national drug-use prevention campaign.

But the budget figures did not mention harm-reduction measures, which aim to limit the spread of infectious diseases through substance abuse. The new Tory strategy is also expected to endorse drug treatment courts, which already exist in Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto and Ottawa.

Instead of criminal sanctions, drug addicts can be ordered into treatment programs. A large share of the spending also goes to treatment, prevention, and harm-reduction measures such as needle-exchange programs, in which addicts trade dirty needles for sterile ones, and a supervised injection site in Vancouver, where addicts can legally inject themselves with the help of medical professionals. The site opened on a trial basis four years ago. The United Nations drug control agency warned in March that Canada is flouting international drug control treaties by enabling illicit drug use at the safe injection site in Vancouver.

Social and Economic Costs from Alcohol Use Double That of Illegal Drugs A report from Canada reveals that the economic and social costs from alcohol use are much greater than from illegal drug use. The study says Canadians have an exaggerated view of the harm associated with illegal drugs, possibly fuelled by vivid media reports, and the emphasis given the subject by police organizations, political leaders and policy-makers. The study, released yesterday by the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, suggests anti-drug strategies should include alcohol as a significant part of the equation.

But he said policy-markers should not exclude alcohol from any stepped up strategy to combat drug abuse. Thomas said a study sponsored by the centre showed that in crimes involving substance abuse, alcohol tends to have more of a correlation with violent crime than illicit drugs do.


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