In Canada as of early 2017, cannabis – usually referred to as marihuana or marijuana – is legal only for medicinal purposes and only under conditions outlined ...
Although the federal government intends to introduce legislation paving a way to legalization in 2017, Cannabis in Canada remains illegal for recreational use ...
5 days ago ... Learn about the current status of marijuana laws in Canada, and the work being done to legalize and regulate it.
You may be surprised to find out that Canada was actually the first nation to ... Edibles and concentrates are not legal for sale to medical marijuana patients ...
Storefront operations selling cannabis, commonly known as “dispensaries” and “ compassion clubs” are not licensed by Health Canada under the current law ...
Mar 27, 2017 ... Canadians should be able to smoke marijuana legally by July 1, 2018, a government source has confirmed.
Mar 27, 2017 ... The news up north follows the December release of a lengthy Canadian federal task force report on implementing marijuana legalization.
Mar 27, 2017 ... Marijuana legalization was seen as one of the more controversial ... CNBC has contacted the Canadian government for comment on the report.
Mar 9, 2017 ... Here are key dates over the past two years as the federal government pursues marijuana legalization and initiatives by Toronto police to crack ...
Mar 26, 2017 ... Canada will introduce legislation in April to begin the process of ... Marijuana legalization was a high-profile campaign promise for Trudeau.