Connie I. Carter
Connie Carter, Ph.D. is former senior policy analyst at the Canadian Drug Policy, and currently, research officer, at BC Representative for Children and Youth. She is a graduate of the Department of Sociology at the University of Victoria and she has held a number of scholarships including the Joseph Armand Bombardier Ph.D. Fellowship (2006-2009) from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. With Dr. Susan Boyd, she is co-author of Killer Weed: Marijuana grow ops, media discourse, regulation and justice.
Drug Policy in Canada
By Susan C. Boyd, Connie I. Carter and Donald MacPherson
In More Harm Than Good, Carter, Boyd and MacPherson take a critical look at the current state of Canadian drug policy and raise key questions about the effects of Canada’s increasing involvement in and commitment to the “war on drugs.”