Cut Off: How Veterans Affairs’ Clawback on Medical Marijuana Threw a Community Off-Kilter

More than a dozen veterans with PTSD interviewed by The Globe in Oromocto, N.B., say their lives have been upended in the year since VAC instituted its new daily limits on cannabis.

It’s 2:30 a.m. and former soldier Chris Reid is walking briskly through torrential rain, down the main commercial strip of Oromocto, past the dormant Tim Hortons, the empty Legion parking lot and a bank of darkened windows at Veterans Affairs.

He sets a quick pace for a man with no place to be. Mr. Reid suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and spends the early hours of most mornings walking these streets lined, in pockets, with unmistakably military cookie-cutter houses.

– Read the entire article at The Globe and Mail.