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Marijuana legalization is October 17

Marijuana and Cannabis will be legal in Canada and Ontario on October 17, 2018. Top of a weed marijuana plant.There will be restrictions. Will this affect your (not) use or not using? More to come…


From the Government of Ontario website:

 Where to buy recreational cannabis

When it’s legal, people 19 and over will be able to purchase cannabis online through the Ontario Cannabis Store. Online orders will be delivered safely and securely. Consumers will be required to verify their age to accept delivery and no packages will be left unattended at the door.

You will be able to purchase up to 30 grams (about one ounce) of dried recreational cannabis at one time for personal use.

As of October 17, 2018, the Ontario Cannabis Store website will be the only legal option for purchasing recreational cannabis. It will follow strict rules set by the federal government.

 

 How much cannabis you will be able to possess

You will be able to have a maximum of 30 grams (about one ounce) of dried cannabis in public at any time.


Have you ever experienced these side effects from Marijuana or other medications (According to CAMH)? Have you ever seen anyone have these?Poster: Cannabis use is a personal choice, but it comes with risks to your health and well-being. Follow these recommendations to reduce your risks.

  • problems with thinking, memory or physical co-ordination
  • impaired perceptions or hallucinations
  • fatal and non-fatal injuries, including those from motor-vehicle accidents, due to impairment
  • mental health problems and cannabis
    dependence
  • chronic respiratory or lung problems
  • reproductive problems. Canada’s lower risk guidelines cannabis 

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