CFAMM


Patients Working Together to Ensure Fair Access

Why become a member of CFAMM?

By joining CFAMM, you will help enable us to further Canadian medical cannabis patients' rights. We will keep you informed about important news, our work, and volunteer/advocacy opportunities. There's no cost involved - just click the above button and fill in your info.

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Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana

Our Mission

We believe that when medically indicated, cannabis/marijuana should be: accessible, safe, affordable, reliable, and equally recognized as a prescription medication.

About CFAMM
  • WATERLOO, ON, JUNE 27, 2017 – Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM), a national non-profit organization, released a first-of-its-kind preliminary research review on medical cannabis impaired driving – one of the major public safety concerns stemming from the legalization of non-medical cannabis. The review situates the use of cannabis for medical purposes among research related to policy, prevalence, and risk of cannabis/THC impaired driving. The 200,000 legally authorized Canadians who are prescribed medical cannabis have important and distinct … read more

  • English version here MONTRÉAL, le 20 juin 2017 /CNW/ – Santé Cannabis, le centre d’excellence du cannabis thérapeutique au Québec, et Canadiens pour l’accès équitable à la marijuana médicale (CAEMM), un organisme national à but non lucratif, sont heureux de participer aujourd’hui au forum d’experts sur la légalisation du cannabis. Annoncé par la ministre déléguée à la Santé publique, Lucie Charleboix, ce forum constitue la première étape d’un processus de consultation visant à préparer la réglementation liée à la légalisation … read more

  • Aurora Joins CFAMM in Backing Human Rights Case for Medical Cannabis Insurance Coverage En français TORONTO, May 23, 2017 /CNW/ – Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM) today welcomed a commitment of financial and other resources from licensed producer Aurora Cannabis Inc. in support of Gordon “Wayne” Skinner’s defense in a potentially precedent-setting medical cannabis insurance coverage case. In a January 30, 2017 landmark ruling, the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission concluded that the Board of Trustees of … read more

  • Leading patient advocacy groups applaud federal government’s recognition of medical cannabis within proposed legalization framework Continuation of separate and accessible medical cannabis system is critical; leaves questions about affordability and commitment to research TORONTO, April 13, 2017 – The Arthritis Society and Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM) welcome the Federal government’ decision to preserve the existing Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) within the new legislation for the legalization of cannabis in Canada announced in … read more

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