Saskatchewan to Set Marijuana Legal Age at 19

Minors caught with a small amount of cannabis won’t get criminal records.

Saskatchewan is proposing to set the legal age to consume cannabis at 19 but minors caught with a small amount won’t end up with a criminal record.

The government tabled legislation Wednesday outlining its plans once the federal government legalizes marijuana later this year.

Justice Minister Don Morgan said public health and safety was the government’s priority when it set the age at 19.

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