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There would be a 10 per cent tax on sales over $10.
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Quite the head-scratcher.
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"We have the ability to sell this product while meeting all government requirements."
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Governments might want to draw lessons from the last time an illegal substance — alcohol — was legalized.
Kathleen Wynne's recent announcement declaring marijuana a provincial government monopoly is by far the worst thing to come out of the pot file.
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"Shutting out the private sector will only allow the illicit trade to flourish."
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The federal government plans to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by July 1, 2018.
The existing capacity among legal producers is too small.
With the current warm weather, we've all been offered at least one free promotional beverage somewhere downtown in the city.
Legislation easily passed second reading by a vote of 200-76.
"There are lessons to be learned."
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Canada is currently one of more than 185 parties to three United Nations drug-control conventions
The Liberals hope to make marijuana legal by the summer of 2018.
Tories are concerned about a provision dealing with kids between the ages of 12 and 17.