For media inquiries contact Dana Larsen at 604-812-4372 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To volunteer for the Sensible BC campaign, contact us at volunteer@sensibleBC.ca
Please send all donations and correspondence to:
Sensible Change Society
#814 – 207 West Hastings Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 1H7
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Sensible BC campaign is a project of the Sensible Change Society, a registered non-profit society. Our board includes:
Dana Larsen - Dana is the former editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine, a founding director of the Vancouver Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary, and a director of the Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries.
Kirk Tousaw - Kirk is a Director of the BC Civil Liberties Association and Vice-Chair of the Association’s Drug Policy Committee. He is also the Executive Director of the Beyond Prohibition Foundation.
The Sensible BC Advisory Board are individuals who have offered to give us some of their time, to help assist in guiding the Sensible BC campaign.
David Bratzer - David is President of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Canada who lives in Saanich, BC, and is a member of Stop the Violence BC Coalition steering committee. David’s writing on drug policy has appeared in the Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Victoria Times-Colonist, Blue Line Magazine and other publications.
*David Bratzer participates in the Sensible BC campaign while off-duty and the views he expresses are strictly his personal views.
John Conroy, QC - John has practiced law for 40 years as a criminal defence lawyer and has represented major cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, including cannabis and constitutional matters. He is on the Board of the Pivot Legal Society and is counsel to VANDU in its efforts to keep open the safe injection facility Insite.
Jodie Emery - Proprietor of Vancouver’s Cannabis Culture Store and PotTV. Spokesperson and advocate for cannabis law reform.
Philippe Lucas - Former Victoria City Councillor; Board Member of the Vancouver Island School of Art; Board Member of the Vancouver Island Compassion Society; Research Affiliate with the Centre for Addictions Research of BC; Master’s in Studies in Policies and Practice from University of Victoria.
Judith Newbergher-Renaud - Executive Director of Educators For Sensible Drug Policy. Retired Principal. BCTF & TSSU member. Masters in Education, SFU. Serves on the advisory board of NORML Canada, is an associate member of Stop the Violence BC, the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition and the Drug Policy Alliance.