Canadian Students For Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) hosted its 7th Annual National Conference, “A Rising Revolution: Drug Policy Reform Around the Globe,” from Friday February 27 to Sunday March 1, 2015 at University of Toronto. As the only drug policy reform conference in Canada, “A Rising Revolution” brought together international drug policy experts to share insights into the future of drug policy in Canada and around the world. According to Donald MacPherson, Executive Director of the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, “It is clear that drug policy is at a tipping point for reasons that have become clear over the past few years. Current approaches are ineffective, costly, unsustainable and in fact cause significant harm. The shift from the war on drugs to an approach that embraces health and social responses to drug problems is well underway globally. Canada could be a leader in this area.” CSSDP Outreach Director Lisa Campbell emphasized, “with drug policy reforms occurring globally, the time is now to engage youth in a national dialogue on the future of drug policy in Canada.” The conference will focus on public health approaches to drug policy including cannabis legalization and harm reduction.