The risks and consequences of minors and young adults will be revised and talked about across the country, as Health Canada is preparing to launch a new public safety campaign which will teach the future of the potential dangers in cannabis use.
Ottawa has announced a tender for which the city will be looking for a contractor in order to host multiple events across Canada. These events are supposed to bring together young people in order to talk about the risks of smoking marijuana.
As of July 1st, 2018. possession and consumption of cannabis will be completely legal, and the federal age limit will be set at 18 years, however, provinces will be able to change that and up the bar. One such province is Ontario, which announced earlier in September that the age limit for Ontarians will be 19 years.
The federal government has set aside $9.6 million for educating minors and
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