Drug Cartels

Canada's Addiction to the War on Drugs Has Ugly Side-Effects

Dan Werb | Posted 09.05.2012 | Canada Politics
Dan Werb

In the case of Canada and the United States, our addiction to the war on drugs, coupled with an insatiable demand for drugs themselves, has proved a deadly cocktail for those countries unlucky enough to exist along the supply chain. Rather than stifle drug supply, it appears to have fueled it, as estimates suggest that Mexican heroin production has increased 340 per cent since the drug war was launched.

Drug Cartels Approach Not Working

CP | Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press | Posted 06.15.2012 | Canada Politics

CARTAGENA, Colombia - Something is just not working with the way the hemisphere has tackled powerful and violent drug traffickers, Prime Minister Step...

Dopey War on Drugs

Paul Mott | Posted 12.14.2011 | Canada Politics
Paul Mott

I don't buy for one second that the big minds on the House Judiciary Committee actually believe this bit of nonsense will help turn the war on drugs, an effort that was doomed to failure from the get-go. People want what people want, and no number of laws, no matter how strictly enforced, will stop them from getting it.