Dear CSSDP Supporter,

Season’s Greetings! As always, Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) is thankful this holiday season for your continued support of our efforts to push for sensible drug policy in Canada. As you do your holiday shopping, we encourage you to consider giving a gift that makes a lasting difference by donating to CSSDP. Help build our student movement by supporting us to advocate for sensible drug policy both domestically and internationally. Every donation we receive goes directly towards supporting youth activism and education. Remember that no donation is too small! We need your help to graduate Canadian drug policy student advocacy to the next level:


CSSDP welcomes your donations through our dedicated PayPal account, which accepts one-time, daily, monthly and annual donations securely online.

The new year will continue to be a very active time for CSSDP, with our 7th Annual National Conference, “A Rising Revolution: Drug Policy Reform Around the Globe” as our first major event of 2015. The conference will be taking place at the University of Toronto from Friday, February 27 to Sunday, March 1, 2015. You can donate directly to our upcoming conference’s bursary fund, which will be used to support students and youth from around the country in attending our conference. While you’re at it, please grab a ticket yourself! With the federal election looming, the timing of our conference could not be better in stimulating dialogue on drug policy reform. Let’s work together to make drug policy an election issue by mobilizing student voices to keep our elected officials accountable.

In 2015, CSSDP will also be attending the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, and will continue to collaborate with Students for Sensible Drug Policy to build momentum towards the UN General Assembly Special Session on Drugs in New York in 2016. Through both local and international advocacy, change is possible in our lifetime!

Please feel free to reach out to us at if you have any questions or concerns. We hope you have a happy holiday season and wish you all the best for the new year!

Warmest regards,

Board of Directors
Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy