TURMEL: Get on Schedule A for same 10-day medpot supply as Harris
JCT: I posted Justice Brown's decision parsed which
indicates that because Jeff got his 10-day supply interim
 However, in my view fairness requires the Court to
afford the same relief to Plaintiffs who are similarly
situated to Harris. It appears the other Plaintiffs in
this group, namely, the Schedule "A" Plaintiffs, are
authorized to possess medical cannabis in amounts
ranging from 50 to 200 grams per day. I would like to
hear from the Defendant how these other claims should be
treated, and will allow 20 days for such input. I
propose to review the other files thereafter, with a
view to granting similar exemptions from the 150-gram
possession limit imposed by paragraph 266(3)(b) of the
Cannabis Regulations such that each of the others may
possess a ten-day supply, which seems appropriate;
however I will hear from the Defendant before coming to
a conclusion in that respect.
JCT: So all you have to do is pay the $2 to file the
Statement of Claim http://johnturmel.com/ins150.pdf to get
on Schedule A with a view to granting similar exemptions
from the 150-gram possession limit such that each of the
others may possess a ten-day supply.
Getting the 150-gram cap struck down so everyone can carry
30 days is a long way off. Getting the 10 days is coming up
in a few weeks for those on Schedule A.
Anyone on Schedule A with a prescription for more than 15
grams will be able to carry more.
Please spread the word. If a few hundred sign on, not only
do they also get the interim 10-day supply but help us since
the strike-down of the cap to get the old 30 days as under
With the judge stating he's of the view to grant the interim
10-day supply to everyone on Schedule A, if there was ever a
kit that got signed on fast, this should be it. Take it from
the Great Canadian Gambler, it's a cinch on a lousy $2 bet
and 15 minutes of time.
The judge did order that some color commentary be removed
and that has now been done. The new Statement of Claim has
been amended to comply with his Order.