Canada’s Marijuana Companies Say Young People Not Their Demographic

Ahead of legalization, pot distributors claim they don’t want the headaches that come with marketing to young people.

Cam Battley is a father to a Grade 9 son and 10-year-old daughter. He’s a scout leader of nine years and a soccer coach to both of his kids. He’s also the executive vice-president of one of Canada’s largest marijuana distributors.

As Canada prepares for the legalization of marijuana, he and others in the pot industry have something they want you to know: they aren’t interested in selling to your children.

“I don’t want underaged kids using cannabis any more than I want them using alcohol or prescription drugs,” said Battley, who runs the marijuana company Aurora.

– Read the entire article at The Record.