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Bloc Pot
Bloc pot
Leader Hugô St-Onge
Founded 1998 (1998)
Ideology Legalization of marijuana
Proportional representation
Alter-globalization
Environmentalism
Quebec federalism
Colours Green
Seats in the National Assembly
0 / 125
Website
blocpot.qc.ca

The Bloc Pot is a provincial political party in Quebec, Canada that is dedicated to ending cannabis prohibition. It has contested four provincial elections but it has failed to win any seats in the National Assembly of Quebec. The party was launched in 1997 by Marc-Boris St-Maurice as a way to push for political change to marijuana laws. He also went on to launch Its federal offspring; the Marijuana Party of Canada.

Leaders of the Bloc Pot[edit]

Election results[edit]

General election # of candidates # of elected candidates % of popular vote
1998 24 0 0.31%
2003 56 0 0.60%
2007 9 0 0.04%
2008 0 0 0.00%
2012 2 0 0.01%
2014 14 0 0.02%

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