(aka MMAR DPL/PPL Coalition Against Repeal)
A Coalition has been formed by Jason Wilcox and others to address the serious problems in Health Canada's newly proposed regulations called the MMPR or Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations. Health Canada's intention with the new regulations is to remove the ability of sick and disabled persons from producing their own medicine or having a caregiver produce it for them, a right that most licensed persons have had for the better part of 10 years under the current program called the MMAR. Health Canada intends to replace these licenses with commercial producers which could charge up to or beyond a 4 fold increase in the current cost for medication to the patient using Health Canada's own figures.
March 29, 2016 Update: John Conroy has released a comprehensive Allard v Canada update. Click Here!
March 24, 2016 Update: While not official we are advised that the Minister of Health advised a representative of the media (the Globe and Mail) this morning that the government will not be appealing Allard and will be putting new regulations in place within a few months.