Hugô St-Onge

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Hugô St-Onge is a politician in Quebec, Canada. Since 2002, he has been the leader of the Bloc pot. The Bloc pot is a Quebec political party dedicated to the end of marijuana prohibition.[1][2][3]

He founded in 1999 along with other Bloc pot activists the Club compassion of Montreal a collective project to distribute cannabis for medicinal uses.[4]

In May 2000 he collaborated in the creation a new political party in Nova Scotia called The Marijuana Party of Canada.[5]

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