Waiting to inhale: marijuana’s past and future in Canada

Lucas Richert (Editor), Erika Dyck (Editor)

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Abstract

In this series of articles, edited by Erika Dyck and Lucas Richert bring law enforcement, healthcare, activists, and business leaders into conversation with historians as we consider the tenuous balance between consumers and regulators, the Canadian physician as unwanted gatekeepers, marijuana as a measure (and potential leveler) of inequities, and the rocky emergence of the medical marijuana industry. While much of the media coverage has pitted these players off against one another, we aim to enrich the dialogue by blurring these boundaries and developing some big picture analysis of the cannabis debates. See here

http://activehistory.ca/waiting-to-inhale-marijuanas-past-and-future-in-canada/
Original languageEnglish
TypeEdited Collection of Articles in History of Medicine
Media of outputWebsite
Number of pages1
Place of PublicationCanada
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • marijuana
  • Canada
  • history
  • cannabis
  • health

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    Richert, L., & Dyck, E. (Eds.) (2016). Waiting to inhale: marijuana’s past and future in Canada. Canada.