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Distribution of answers submitted by Canadian voters.
No, first offence should result in a mandatory rehabilitation program, further offences result in jailtime
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In 1997 the Conservative government passed a 'three strikes' policy which imposed a minimum sentence of seven years for those convicted for a third time of drug trafficking involving class A drugs. Soon after, the Labour party passed legislation that enabled Judges to reduce the sentences in cases they find to be unjust. See recent drug policy news