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  • Post Time Posted October 17, 2018

After a few delays and many political battles, the end of cannabis prohibition in Canada is officially here.


Across Canada marijuana is now legal, but each province has their own laws governing how to purchase it, where it can be consumed, and at who is eligible.


Currently only dried flower and cannabis oils are legal for sale, and plans for edibles, drinks, and other cannabis products are expected to be legalized in late 2019.


Canada is now officially the second country in the world, behind Uruguay who legalized it in 2013 and began selling it in 2017, and the first G7 country to legalize cannabis.


Marijuana legalization was a main point in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 2015 campaign, and despite the delays it is certainly a victory for his government.


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