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  • Post Time Posted September 19, 2018
According to a statement by the government of Alberta, citizens hoping to have a place to go specifically for cannabis consumption will have to wait until the edible market is regulated. 

The federal government has said that edibles, drinks, and other cannabis by-products will have their regulatory framework in by October 2019, a year after the legalization of smokable cannabis. 

Ward 3 Councillor Jyoti Gondek said that the lack of communication between the governmental levels are what is causing the delay. 

Many believe that so called “pot-lounges” are a necessary part of the legalization infrastructure, as many people will be prohibited from consuming cannabis in condos and other banned areas. 

Source: https://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/cannabis-cafes-and-lounges-coming-after-edible-regulations-province


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