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From street prices to how often people light up, the government hopes the collected data helps it fight the black market.
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Don't be scared to have this conversation.
On April 13, the Liberal government unveiled a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in Canada by July 2018. If passed, the legislation would allow people over the age of 18 to buy marijuana. What does this mean for your job (and career prospects)?
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The Liberals say the current system of prohibition does not stop young people from using marijuana.
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