At the moment, no restaurants are legally allowed to sell cannabis or hemp infused food and beverages although things like hemp grain and oil, hemp protein baking flour are permitted ingredients in edible products.

Canada has been trending all over social media since the Cannabis legalization took effect on October 17.

Considered a historic moment for Canadians, the Cannabis act passed both chambers of Parliament in June.

The Canadian legislation was promised by the country’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau out of concern for minors getting easy access to weed and criminals reaping profits.

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