Canada legalizes recreational marijuana, expected to create $4B industry



Now that Canada has legalized pot, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to pardon thousands of Canadians with criminal records for marijuana. The New …

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  1. This is the beginning of the end for Canada. Their youth will get easier access to weed, the 19 year old brain has not fully grown, they will damage their brains and it is permanent, there is no reversing the brain and lung damage. The social medicine will go broke. No medical professional disagrees that smoking weed is bad for teens and my conclusion is the only logical result. Stupid Canadians. Bunch of drug addicts. 4 B $ industry ? Watch that money get consumed by enforcement costs and medical costs. Is it wise to make money on the front end and blow it on socialized medical costs? Not too smart.

  2. I think that's a bit unfair to say under the current legislation limit. people used to buy marijuana in big quantities 2 or 3 oz because it's unreliable supply and you get what you get, doesn't make them a dealer it could be they are growing it for their own personal use what would exceed that limit. I think should pardon anybody under 5 to 6 oz's
    I think they're should a better category and the age group licence to acquire certain types of cannabis like skunk, you would have to be over 23 and marijuana with a high concentration of CBD say 25% can be sold to 16 year olds and over that is good for them and won't do them any harm mentally because it's an antipsychotic chemical. What is the category on cannabis oil hash oil, used to be in the same category as harder drugs like heroin and cocaine this is wrong and should be relaxed I don't know if it is.

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