British Columbia aims to pass recreational marijuana rules in ’18
British Columbia’s government plans to pass legislation next spring regulating recreational marijuana, a move that will have vast implications for dispensaries, lounges and other small businesses already operating in the province’s thriving gray market.
The province is also asking the public to share their views by Nov. 1 on where cannabis should be sold, consumed and grown for private use, according to CBC News.
The ruling New Democratic Party hasn’t announced specific plans yet. But British Columbia isn’t expected to take Ontario’s lead in selling adult-use cannabis only at state-run outlets and limiting consumption to private homes,
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