Trudeau Announces Support & Severance Plan For Local Weed Dealers

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the government’s plan to help all dealers affected by the July 1, 2018 changes with a severance package to those looking to get out of the drug dealing business and transition and re-training support for those looking to change their line of dealing.

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  • ontario john

    Will he be apologizing to the drug dealers, on behalf of all Canadians? Perhaps he can cut each of them a check for 10 million dollars.

    • Marvin

      At least we finally found out who the biggest gangsters are.

      • Alain

        I hope you mean the Liberals, because that would be most accurate.

        • Marvin

          Yes. They profit off of alcohol, gambling, running illegals into the country and soon drugs.

          • Alain

            Exactly!

          • Yo Mama

            Whairs da state licensed hookers? Is dat next on da Lieberals agenda so dey kan even tax fornikashun?

  • Ed

    If humour contains a kernel of truth, this story has a lot of kernels…

  • simus1

    This will be a holding action at best while the best and brightest among them
    transition into government funded apprenticeship programs to become future
    Liberal vote whores. The rest would be wise to start organizing and advocating
    for craft pot growing/ selling legalization given the history of “quality products”
    produced by rent seekers tight with our rulers.

    • David Murrell

      Drug dealers, after all, are a core group of Justin’s voting constituency.

  • ontario john

    Perhaps he can recruit drug dealers into the military. He already is sending a military recruiting team to the transgender job fair in Toronto.

    • Watchman

      So has he booked the Village People to reprise their hits, “In the Navy” as a recruiting songs for the Canadian Navy, and “Macho Man” for the Canadian Army?

  • Sharkibark

    If I didn’t know better, I would have sworn that this was an aritcle from The Onion.

  • Watchman

    I guess that spat with the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte probably was over Duterte insisting that the Philippines had the cheapest, most effective retirement program for both drug dealers and addicts, and Trudeau telling him that paying money to drug dealers and addicts was going to be more effective even if it was more costly.

  • Hard Little Machine

    oCalifornia is moving to tax legal weed to the point where it’s more expensive than it is today, thereby guaranteeing a permanent illegal market in parallel. Ottawa should do the same and keep the illegal growers in business.

    • Alain

      No, Ottawa won’t learn a thing from it.

    • Waffle

      Not to worry.They’re already squabbling over the unhatched eggs.

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  • Tooth&Claw

    OMG, when did Trudeau become a comedian?

  • P_F

    Whosoever said ‘crimes never pays’ has never met turdo.
    In post-national ‘kanedah’ lies, crimes & corruption pays and it pays like a cashcow.