Legalization of cannabis in Canada has sparked the eager attention of medicinal and recreational users nationwide. For those opposing this evolution, their losing battle is confirmed daily as additional scientific evidence is released showcasing the positivehealth benefits of cannabis.
Those who are less aware of the benefits will also be surprised to find that their beloved Shopper’s Drug Mart has publicly expressed great interest in selling the pungent herb. Canadian patients are slowly being awakened to the downfall of chemical prescription medications that have left them with serious side effects, sometimes in a state of ailment worse than ever before.
The recent Allard ruling declared the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (“MMPR”) “unconstitutional” and therefore invalid; however this invalidity has been suspended for six months to allow the government time to create new regulations for patients. In the meantime, the MMPR remains in effect until amended, with thedeadline of August 24, 2016. Patients under the MMPR are to obtain their medicine only from government-regulated Licensed Producers (LPs) until further notice.
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