The politics of pot in Canada: Consumers, enforcers, and profiteers

  • Sandra Hodzic University of Winnipeg
  • Robert Chrismas University of Manitoba
Keywords: Cannabis, Legalization, Public safety

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Sandra Hodzic, University of Winnipeg
Sandra Hodzic, MPA, is a public-sector professional who focuses on the relationship between public/private relations. Sandra is also a sessional instructor in the Political Sciences Department at the University of Winnipeg and she has spent over a decade researching the re-integration of professional newcomers to Canada. More recently, Sandra has been a leader in public policy modelling that improves outcomes for vulnerable Manitobans through innovative social finance tools such as pay-for-performance. 
Robert Chrismas, University of Manitoba

Bob Chrismas, PhD, is an author, scholar, consultant, passionate speaker and social justice advocate, police professional with internationally recognized expertise in community engagement and crime prevention. A recent graduate of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Manitoba, Bob is an advocate for social reform, and has written and speaks extensively on innovative trends in policing community partnership and governance. Visit Bob at BChrismas.com.

Published
2019-08-12
How to Cite
Hodzic, S., & Chrismas, R. (2019). The politics of pot in Canada: Consumers, enforcers, and profiteers. Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being, 4(2), 19-21. https://doi.org/10.35502/jcswb.97
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