Ban Targets Single Company

Health Canada has quietly passed amendments to drug laws that permanently ban all commercial production of opium. The initiative appeared to target a single company, endorsed by Alberta’s NDP government, that sought to grow opium poppy for pharmaceuticals: ‘It was establishing the groundwork to create a poppy industry in western Canada’.

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