Canada is going to allow weed edibles a year after cannabis is legalized next July.

When the federal government first introduced the Cannabis Act, it said edibles will initially remain banned, to be regulated at a later date.

But the Liberals changed their mind on that, following a vote by the Standing Committee on Health yesterday.

As reported by Lift News, the vote amended Bill C-45 aka the Cannabis Act to include "edibles containing cannabis" and "cannabis concentrates"—but the amendment won't come into effect until a year after legalization takes place.

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Manisha Krishnan ~ Vice.com/en_ca via 420Intel.com

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