Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says ''next summer," and not July 1, is the date cannabis will become legal across the country.

Excerpts of an interview Trudeau gave the TVA network in Quebec were broadcast Tuesday, with the full interview to be shown Wednesday night.

The Canadian Press/Paul Chiasson Prime Minster Justin Trudeau is greeted at City Hall by Montreal mayor Valerie Plante on Dec. 19, 2017 in Montreal.

Trudeau shook his head when interviewer Pierre Bruneau asked him why he was so obsessed with July 1 as the date for the cannabis legislation to become law.

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