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edibles

At least 15 children had serious adverse reactions after consumption.
Edibles have a more delayed effect than smoking cannabis.
But you won’t be able to get your hands on them until December at the earliest.
Cannabis candies won't be sold in the province despite legalization.
A staggering number of grandparents are unknowingly risking accidental poisoning.
Cannabis producers had reservations over the proposed regulations.
THC content guidelines proposed by Health Canada could lead to unintended overconsumption.
Cookies, brownies and candies all just look like treats to young eyes.
Edibles are to be allowed for sale no later than Oct. 17, 2019.
It's a social activity, after all.