Letting cannabis users light up without smoke blowing into other people’s faces is a dilemma governments from coast to coast are facing.
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The province should develop a licensing regime to allow for designated cannabis-consumption lounges when marijuana becomes legal next year, say Victoria councillors.
Provincial rules limiting recreational pot use to private property aren’t going to work in the City of Toronto where people are more likely to rent or live close to each other, a cannabis lounge owner says.
420 Comedy Club opened May 4.
This is a tale of dueling ballot initiatives. Both call for expanding where marijuana can be used socially in Denver, but in different ways.
City councillor wants Windsor to create regulations of marijuana vaping lounges
It’s a familiar conundrum. You’re visiting Denver. You purchase a preroll and a lighter at a legal cannabis shop, and…now what? Your hotel doesn’t allow smoking. It’s illegal to fire up in public. You’re caught in the all-too-common Denver dilemma.
The board tasked with writing rules for Alaska’s recreational marijuana industry voted Friday to allow for people to use pot at certain stores that will sell it, a first among the four states that have legalized the drug.
Vapour lounges are at the forefront of our recent cultural revolution. Washington and Colorado took the plunge as the first two American states to legalize marijuana, while others seem to be largely following suit progressively by decriminalizing it. Legalization talks are more and more present in Canada as Federal Liberal Party leader, Justin Trudeau, is very much in favour of the move.
Winnipeg's first cannabis lounge touts itself as a safe place to light up and connect with other medical marijuana users for support.