David Clement

Homegrown pot ban “silly”: Consumer advocacy group

OTTAWA CITIZEN: A consumer choice advocacy group has condemned the Manitoba government’s plan to ban homegrown marijuana when it becomes legal in the country next year.

Homegrown pot ban “silly”: Consumer advocacy group

CALGARY HERALD: A consumer choice advocacy group has condemned the Manitoba government’s plan to ban homegrown marijuana when it becomes legal in the country next year.

Homegrown pot ban “silly”: Consumer advocacy group

WINNIPEG SUN: A consumer choice advocacy group has condemned the Manitoba government’s plan to ban homegrown marijuana when it becomes legal in the country next year.

To tax or not to tax: The Great Sugar Debate

GLOBAL NEWS: LISTEN: North American Affairs Manager of the Consumer Choice Center and sugar tax opponent David Clement.

Australian experiment in plain packaging of tobacco has been a disaster: Canada must avoid its path

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: David Clement North American Affairs Manager Consumer Choice Center December 1, 2017 Australian experiment in plain packaging of tobacco has been a disaster: Canada must avoid its path Ottawa, ON – On December 1, 2012, Australia implemented the first branding ban on tobacco products in the world, stripping packages of discernible brands while mandating […]

Plain Mary Jane? Cannabis industry debates packaging restrictions

METRO NEWS: A coalition of 17 licensed producers and two industry associations is pushing back after Health Canada hinted last week that it plans to limit the colours and graphics that can appear on marijuana packages, and add harsh warnings like those found on cigarette packages.

Proposed Cannabis Packaging Rules Will Embolden The Black Market

CONTACT: David Clement North American Affairs Manager Consumer Choice Center david@consumerchoicecenter.org Proposed Cannabis Packaging Rules Will Embolden The Black Market Ottawa, Ontario. – The Government of Canada recently unveiled its initial consultation document outlining proposed regulations for cannabis legalization. Part of the proposal are strict limitations on the use of branding and colours on cannabis […]

Should the government spend money to lobby itself?

HAMILTON SPECTATOR: When we see campaigns like Freeze The Industry we need to ask some tough questions. Why is the government spending money to lobby itself?

Should the government spend money to lobby itself?

WATERLOO CHRONICLE: When we see campaigns like Freeze The Industry we need to ask some tough questions. Why is the government spending money to lobby itself?

Vancouver Airbnbs will now require licences and face several regulations

KELOWNA NOW: “Adding in a $49 license is nothing but a cash grab that has nothing to do with safety or quality. The City has simply identified something that consumers like, and decided that it can generate revenue off of it” said David Clement of Consumer Choice Center.

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