Both federal and provincial laws on naturally occurring psychoactives such as Marijuana, Psilocybe, DMT and Opium are inconsistent with the Constitution.
In Canadian constitutional law, all laws of Canada, both provincial and federal, must conform to the Constitution and any laws inconsistent with the Constitution have NO FORCE OR EFFECT
Section 2 of the Constitution Act of 1982 states:
2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:
(a) freedom of conscience and religion;
(b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of
The federal and provincial laws regarding the prohibition of natural psychoactive plants does not align with the constitutional right to freedom of religion nor towards freedom of belief. These plants are used as religious sacrement through many historical cultures, and are believed to attribute to the healing of many medical ailments. Without these plants we cannot exercise our constitutional right to utilize these materials for religious and sacramental purposes. Nor to exercise our constitutional right to freedom of belief. To sustain our belief that these psychoactive plants are viable medicines.
Therefore all laws regarding to the prohibition of these materials have NO FORCE and EFFECT. This law is proven invalid as it does not conform to Section 2(a)(b) of the Constitution Act of 1982.
It is our right to utilize psychoactive plant life as per the constitution, it is NOT a legality issue!
It is a human rights issue!
I who sign The Freedom of Body and Mind petition, call upon the Canadian Government to acknowledge my inherent right to free my conscience through the use of currently and unconstitutionally illegal psychoactive plants.
The Freedom of Body and Mind petition to Federal Government of Canada was written by Nikolaos Giannis Salassidis and is in the category Human Rights at GoPetition.