OTTAWA — Fulfilling a campaign pledge, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced legislation on Thursday to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Canada.
The Liberal government will announce legislation next month that will legalize marijuana in Canada by July 1, 2018.
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ESQUIMALT, B.C. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says regulating the sale of marijuana will protect young people and take money away from criminal gangs, but the government is drawing the line at pot when it comes to legalizing illicit drugs.
The business of pot started in this country with medical marijuana, and demand for it is taking off.
But new restrictions on medical marijuana program means military veterans like Darrell Hulme will only be reimbursed for a third of the medicine they need to deal with PTSD and other conditions.
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County green-lights massive expansion of Aurora Cannabis near the community of Cremona, population 457.
Canada's top pharmacy chain is hoping to be the first in the country to legally sell over-the-counter medical marijuana.
Nearly a million Canadians who don’t smoke marijuana now are very likely to start after it’s legalized, survey data implies.
Colorado and Washington may have jumped ahead in the race to become North America’s marijuana kings, but Canada is now positioned to take a lead in the booming multibillion-dollar industry.
Cannabis food products aren't for sale yet in Canada, but entrepreneurs already preparing for legalization of edibles.
Canada's Liberal government will introduce a law in spring 2017 to legalize recreational marijuana, it said on Wednesday, fulfilling an election pledge and following several U.S. states in permitting easy access to the drug.