Hmm i think im looking for a different bill then, unless i just missed what i wanted, im looking for the bill that if passed would make possession of fresh mushrooms and cultures(i.e. magic mushrooms) illegal.Anakha1 said:
Heh theirs even a loophol in that law, if they dry accidentally, they are still legal. I.e. you pick them, don't do anything to preserve them and they dry, or left on like a ledge and become sun dried, they cannot prosecute for possesion of them.Dark Matter said:Those Mushrooms are still legal here (UK).
There's a woman in devon that grows them hydroponically and will mail them (fresh) anywhere in the UK.
They are only illegal once they have been 'prepared'. Read: Dried, 'shroom tea, omelet etc. Raw and fresh is legal.
London said:Wow, so does that mean, if your 11 and you kill someone, they still can't try you?
Do all your bills have the same number?Bill C-7, an Act respecting leadership selection, administration and accountability of Indian bands, and to make related amendment to other Acts, was introduced in the House of Commons and deemed referred to the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources (Committee) following first reading on 9 October 2002.(1)
The proposed stand-alone First Nations Governance Act, to apply to more than 600 Indian Act First Nations communities or Indian bands,(2) sets out requirements related to â€œgovernanceâ€ codes in matters of leadership selection, administration of government, and financial accountability. Communities must either adopt codes containing prescribed rules in these areas or, should any of the codes not be developed, become subject to a default regulatory regime in relation to that subject matter. Bill C-7 also, inter alia, defines bandsâ€™ legal capacity; redefines their law-making authority; repeals legislation exempting Indian Act provisions from the Canadian Human Rights Act; and makes consequential amendments to the Indian Act.
Bill C-7 under the drug law was changed to be called C-8 in 1996 but it is identical to what it used to be. And yes, I believe it was passed. They taked a lot of extra drug stuff on at the end, since it was originally a law to govern drug abuses to control the spread of AIDS.Nefastaru said:Hmm i think im looking for a different bill then, unless i just missed what i wanted, im looking for the bill that if passed would make possession of fresh mushrooms and cultures(i.e. magic mushrooms) illegal.
Dark Matter said:LOL
You Canadians - My search for Bill C-7 found something called
BILL C-7: THE FIRST NATIONS GOVERNANCE ACT
Which is to do with the rights of Natives.
Do all your bills have the same number?
Where could i find that bill? so i could read up on it, as i'd like to be 100% sure.Anakha1 said:Bill C-7 under the drug law was changed to be called C-8 in 1996 but it is identical to what it used to be. And yes, I believe it was passed. I don't think it had anything to do with mushrooms, though, as it was a law to govern drug abuses to control the spread of AIDS.
Nefastaru said:Thank you, i really appreciate your help.