The former Toronto police chief and politician who once compared legalizing weed to legalizing murder is defending his decision to open a company connecting patients with medical marijuana.
Ottawa and the provinces and territories could have another $1 billion a year in tax revenues to split after pot becomes legal next year.
The late Michael Baldasaro and Walter Tucker pushed for marijuana legalization for decades — now, it’s coming.
Ontario tabled its law on cannabis legalization this week that would ban users from consuming the drug outside of “private residences,”
Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, and Hamilton will have the first LCBO-run marijuana stores.
The city will push the legal medical marijuana industry out of Hamilton if it prevents rural facilities from expanding, say local growers.
A key objective is to ensure the government-run weed shops “are not located in close proximity to schools.”
Intervention in Cross-Border Beer Case Could Affect Plans for Provincial Cannabis Monopolies, says Jodie Emery
Will a Supreme Court of Canada case dealing with interprovincial alcohol import limits have implications for provinces that plan to monopolize legal cannabis? Jodie Emery thinks it might.
Ban comes into effect on Jan. 1, and includes all smoking and vaping.
Police have raided Canna Clinic dispensaries multiple times, but shops keep reopening.