CALL TO ACTION - Fair Treatment of MMPR Applicants and investigate abuse of media & government power towards CEN Biotech.
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We have been asked by readers to launch a petition based upon a story we've been covering surrounding the Canadian Marijuana for Medical Purposes Program (MMPR). This is important because:
Health Canada has been playing favorites with MMPR Applicants and licensed producers. Arbitrary behavior towards applicants by Health Canada are prevalent in the licencing process. Health Canada is Causing Detrimental Reliance to MMPR Applicants, and preventing the supply of quality medicines to patients.
In addition to serious demonstrated forms of arbitrary actions by Health Canada, distinct and purposeful prejudice may very well also exist in the licensing program. CEN Biotech is a key example. This company spent 12 million dollars on a medical marijuana facility that was requested by Health Canada to be expedited. They received a pre licence inspection and adhered to every point according to law, but were denied an MMPR licence based purely upon the interference of a few select media personalities who have written approximately 70 defamatory articles against the company in 1 year in an attempt to tarnish the company's name and damage the company's market value.
BY ALLOWING THE ABUSE OF DECEPTIVE MEDIA TO CONTROL THE ACTIONS OF GOVERNMENT IN THE CASE OF CEN BIOTECH, THE SECURITY AND CONFIDENCE OTHER APPLICANTS MAY HAVE IN THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT TO ACT JUSTLY OR FAIRLY IN THE MMPR LICENCING PROCESS WILL BE OBSOLETE.
BY ALLOWING LOW QUALITY MEDICINES TO PENETRATE THE CANADIAN MARKET, WHILE DENYING THOSE APPLICANTS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO QUALITY, PATIENTS ARE BEING PUNISHED BY BEING DENIED ACCESS TO EFFECTIVE SAFE MEDICINES.
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