Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty Director Annamaria Enenajor indicates there is a growing government support for pardoning Canadians with cannabis possession convictions. There are approximately 500,000 Canadians with cannabis convictions on their records and those with cannabis convictions are disproportionately from racialized and Indigenous communities. The Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty has been working closely with MP Murray Rankin, who tabled a bill at the beginning of October to expunge the criminal records of those with minor cannabis convictions that are no longer considered illegal under Bill C-45. Enenajor emphasizes the importance of the financial and strategic role Aurora Cannabis Inc (TSE:ACB) (OTCMKTS:ACBFF) (FRA:21P) has played in the campaign. Enenajor shares details of the partnership between Cannabis Amnesty and British Columbia-based LP Doja Cannabis Co to launch Pardon, a cannabis education and advocacy brand, with proceeds going to Cannabis Amnesty.