How the Canadian Government’s Convoluted Medpot Program is Hurting My Family

As a 24/7 caregiver for my wife, we have two choices: suffering or breaking the law.

Medpot patients Russell Barth and his wife, Christine, have been living on marijuana charity since changes to Canada’s medical weed regs in 2014.

My wife and I are in a one-of-a-kind situation.

Lots of people are forced by circumstances to be caregivers for their spouses. Some are also working full-time jobs. Not many have to do it while trying to navigate the government’s insanely convoluted and onerous medical marijuana access program while keeping one eye on someone who could go into full, life-threatening convulsions at any moment.

– Read the entire article at Now Toronto.