Welcome to the Sensible BC campaign to end marijuana prohibition!


SENSIBLE BC started with a signature-gathering campaign last fall, aiming for a BC referendum to stop marijuana arrests.

Over 4000 volunteers worked together to collect 202,085 signatures in 90 days. While not enough to trigger a referendum, our team of volunteers and community leaders has stayed together.

Legalization is closer than ever, but we still have a lot of work to do!

SENSIBLE BC remains a hive of activity. We've been putting on community training sessions, public rallies and days of action to keep pushing this issue forward.

Please join us in our campaign to end marijuana prohibition.

Sensible BC in the news

Sensible B.C. endorses Gregor Robertson and the whole Vision slate for Vancouver city council
Straight, November 10th
One of the province’s top advocates for marijuana reform has endorsed Gregor Robertson for mayor and the entire Vision Vancouver slate for city council.

Alaska, Oregon hold votes on whether to follow Washington’s path to legal marijuana
The Province, November 4th
British Columbians may wake up Wednesday in a corridor of three U.S. states where marijuana is legal — and advocates say B.C. is in line to be next.

Sensible BC hosting first-ever workshop on how to be a marijuana campaigner
The Province, October 2, 2014
Dana Larsen has been advocating for marijuana and drug policy reform for all of his adult life, and he believes Canada now is closer than ever to legalizing marijuana.

Tell Christy Clark to stop arresting marijuana users!

Cannabis possession charges have doubled in BC! Tell BC's Premier to stop wasting taxpayer money paying the RCMP to bust pot smokers.

3,004 signatures

Stop marijuana arrests in BC!


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