To the Government of Canada and to Whom Ever Else it May Concern:

I don’t want your sympathy.

Since I began my journey in Global Drug Law Reform almost thirty years ago, I have been confronted with numerous undeniable obstacles.
The latest being the issue the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has brought forth, of NO ONE being “allowed” to be a Driver OR Passenger in ANY vehicle in Canada with anyone who has consumed cannabis, once the new laws regarding legalization of cannabis have passed.

Can I ask one question?

How am I to get to my WEEKLY Medical Appointments, let alone my daily activities if the person transporting ME is NOT ALLOWED to be around my MEDICINE?

I feel the work I have done for DECADES is being completely ignored.
What about studies I have regarding “Cannabis and Driving”?

The studies I have do NOT mention carnage or DEATH as possible outcomes.
I have been fighting for the Rights of people for many years who consume these illicit AND licit substances – and will not stop until sanity prevails!
All I have ever asked this World for is FREEDOM.

Freedom of CHOICE!

Alison Myrden​

Federal Medical Cannabis Exemptee in Canada since 1994

Retired Law Enforcement Officer
Speaker for LPP
Lawmen Protecting Patients

Canadian Patient Representative for the IACM
International Association for Cannabinoid Medicines
Bonn, Germany

Alison Myrden is part of the marijuana majority. Are you?
NDP Candidate for Oakville, Ontario 2004
New Democratic Party of Canada