Canada's decision to legalize is being closely watched around the world by other countries that have been reluctant to be the first major nation to legalize, tax and regulate cannabis. Canada's legalization plan also means extensive health research, which experts say could change how we treat pain and other illnesses. Because marijuana has been illegal for decades globally, relatively few peer-reviewed medical trials have been conducted.
It is imperative that we vote for candidates who support marijuana reform, and that we support future marijuana initiatives. We are in the wake of change and we control the momentum of the movement. Let your voice be heard and always vote pro-pot. In the meantime, be sure to visit 420-friendly states to show your support for marijuana reform (and to get a nice buzz on, too).
L'une de nos priorités majeures est de protéger la santé et la sécurité des jeunes. Sachez que la Loi sur le cannabis prévoit de lourdes sanctions pénales pour ceux qui vendent ou fournissent du cannabis aux jeunes. Elle prévoit également de nouvelles infractions et des peines sévères pour ceux qui se servent de jeunes pour commettre une infraction liée au cannabis.
Au Québec, les boutiques d’Etat de la Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) ouvriront leurs portes à 10 heures (16 heures à Paris). La SQDC démarre avec douze magasins mais en vise jusqu’à cent cinquante d’ici à trois ans. A l’inverse, le Manitoba (Centre) et l’Alberta (Ouest) ont décidé de libéraliser cette industrie et une poignée de points de vente privés seront inaugurés mercredi.
I’ve tried half a dozen different sites, none of the herbs compared in quality to White Palm, everything I have tried so far as been exceptional. The staff are knowledgeable, they know there stuff, I have chatted with Ashley a few times now, she’s the best!!! I live in a small town in NS, I place my order Sunday afternoon, it’s at my door Thursday morning. Wish I had tried this place first and not wasted my time and money on the other sites. Thanks White Palm!!!
Global News, a Canadian television network put together a “province-by-province list of government-run, private and online outlets where you can get your hands on some bud.” Roughly a dozen legal cannabis stores have opened in Québec, including three in Montreal, Québec’s largest city. Global News points out at least three more are scheduled to open later this month, including another in Montreal.
But if you were planning to casually jot down “weed” on your grocery list, think again; different Canadian provinces and territories have their own rules on how to buy and consume pot, with stipulations on legal age of purchase (19 everywhere except Alberta and Quebec, where the age limit is 18), possession limits, exactly where you can smoke, and whether or not weed will be sold by government-run stores only.