‘How can you ask [users]to leave their place of residence, especially in Saskatchewan?’
A medical marijuana advocate in Saskatoon is raising a stink about one company’s plan to ban all types of smoking in its rental apartments starting this fall.
The policy, confirmed Thursday, will apply to smoking marijuana and cigarettes, plus vaping, inside more than 11,000 Mainstreet Equity Corp. apartments and attached patios in Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C.
Smokers will have to take it outside to designated areas starting around Sept. 1, a month before cannabis is legalized in Canada, the company told CBC News.
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