If you’ve been following the plans for cannabis legalization across Canada, one of the key concerns is not just how it will be sold, but where exactly people will be allowed to consume cannabis.
Not in parks, or in the streets, certainly not in restaurants or even in places where there are existing tobacco allowances. In Ontario, the proposed legislation boils down to this: the only place we can consume legal cannabis will be in the privacy of our homes.
While the Ontario government has not shut the door on safe cannabis consumption spaces, more commonly referred to as vapour lounges, they also have indicated no real movement on the issue, at least for now.
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