Canadian stoners are already longing for the good old days of criminalized cannabis where it was easy to get excellent weed at a fair price with decent customer service and low risk of getting busted. Now that it’s ‘legal’ they’re confused and fearful about where they can smoke, what they can grow, how much they can carry, and how long they must wait after toking before they can drive or go to work. And that’s only if they can find any. Legalization is working for some, though: the former cops and politicians who used to prosecute potheads and are now dealing the stuff. Karen Selick reports.
Author: Karen Selick
In the 30 years since the adoption of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, any cautious optimism that freedom loving Canadians had in 1982 has proven to be unfounded as the courts have continuously enabled an ever-expanding state to the detriment of freedom.